Niagara Gazette


December 20, 2006

VIDEO: WHLD goes gospel

Rev. John Young with Buffalo's Fellowship Christian Center discusses the re-launching of WHLD 1270, formerly a left-leaning talk radio staion, as a community-focused gospel station.

Although based in the former WKBW studios on Buffalo's Main Street, Young said the station -- technically licensed in Niagara Falls -- intends to provide programming and hold events focused on the Cataract City and Niagara Falls as a whole.

His son, Rayshawn Parker, deejays and programs music for the 24-hour station.

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