Sherwin Hughes, formerly of WNOV, moves his show "The Forum" to WRRD Resistance Radio.
Radio host Sherwin Hughes is no longer a part of WNOV 860, as the radio station has reportedly cancelled his political radio talk show, "The Forum."
After a successful first year on the air, "The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener" returned for a second season this month. Tune in for gardening tips for your urban or not-so-urban garden.
When "The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener" airs on WNOV-860 AM next month it will be the first gardening-themed radio show to hit Milwaukee's airwaves in 12 years.
Sherwin Hughes, a talk show host on black-owned WNOV (AM-860), provides a much-needed African American voice on Milwaukee radio that offers black opinion and commentary.
Eric Von, a longtime leader in black community talk radio, died Thursday at the age of 58. Cause of death was an apparent heart attack. Von had survived a heart attack just one month earlier. He was a radio host at WNOV when he died.
Sherwin Hughes has found a comfortable spot behind the microphone on WNOV-AM 860. His show "The Forum" airs weekdays from 9 to 11 a.m.
On Friday afternoon, WMCS-AM 1290 halted its broadcast stunt of all Elvis Presley music to debut "1290 Martini Radio." Milwaukee Radio Alliance stopped its long-running "Talk of the Town" format that featured local and national African-American progressive talk shows last week Tuesday.
Michael McGee Sr., caused a controversy with disparaging remarks about the mother of his rival Charlie Sykes. Katherine Sykes died in a fire Tuesday in Mequon.
Friday nights at the bSide are marked by DJs Why B and Kid Cut Up's innovative mixes. "I have no problem playing commercial music," says Cut Up, but both adhere to the idea that hip-hop is "more about how you play than what you play."