For the first time in about 10 years, Gospel music will have absolutely no presence on mainstream commercial radio in London – a direct result of the recent re-branding of Choice FM to Capital Extra… Gospel music is still represented on the BBC via Radio 2.
What does that mean for the Gospel? Was this inevitable? How should we respond? Is there a conspiracy against ‘Black’ music?
And with Internet streaming, DAB radio broadcasting and podcasting all becoming seriously viable alternatives, does it really matter..?
Listen and Discuss with UK Gospel Industry Figures
Join me, Yinka Awojobi and guests (more to be confirmed) including Dave P (formerly of Choice FM, and CEO UGN Media), Juliet Fletcher (CEO, Gospel Music Industry Alliance), Karl Nova (Hip-Hop artist and broadcaster, Premier Gospel), Matt brooks (writer, publisher, broadcaster and M-Brio Music co-founder) in a LIVE discussion exploring the impact and implications of this new challenge for Gospel music broadcasting in the mainstream.
- Date: Friday 11th October 2013
- Time: 21:00 GMT
- Where: UGN Jamz at UGNJamz.com
Want to join in…? Here’s how:
- Leave your questions and comments below
- Join the debate LIVE via Twitter, using the hashtag #UKGospelRadio
- Email your thoughts/comments/suggestions, etc to info | @ | ukgospel . com
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