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We are the only statewide radio network – covering all 82 counties of the Magnolia State. While other radio and television stations are owned by out-of-state conglomerates, we’re proud to be for Mississippi, by Mississippi and about Mississippi.
For news, politics, sports and the Good Things happening in Mississippi – The Conversation Starts Here.
Sid Salter Stops by the JT Show

Sid Salter Stops by the JT Show

Sid Salter, syndicated columnist and Chief Communications Officer/Director of the Office of Public Affairs at Mississippi State University, stopped by the
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Ryan “Birdman” Parrott Stops by the Studio

Ryan “Birdman” Parrott Stops by the Studio

Former Navy SEAL Ryan "Birdman" Parrott is speaking tomorrow at the Roaring Lambs Ministries luncheon, and he made his way
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Mississippi LifeChanger Nominee

Mississippi LifeChanger Nominee

Can you name a teacher that was instrumental in getting you where you are today? Don’t you wish you could
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The Mississippi Trucking Association on the JT Show

The Mississippi Trucking Association on the JT Show

Hal Miller, the President of the Mississippi Trucking Association, stopped by the studio to discuss a variety of topics concerning
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On Demand :: Shows

  • ON DEMAND | Gallo Radio Show
    1.18.18
     
    Gallo Radio Show
    1.18.18
     
    Gallo Radio Show (3rd Hour)
    Vaughn Blaylock of Southern Procurement,
    1.18.18
     
    Gallo Radio Show (2nd Hour)
    Representative Robert L. Johnson,
  • ON DEMAND | The J.T. Show
    1.18.18
     
    The J.T. Show (3rd Hour)
    1.18.18
     
    The J.T. Show (2nd Hour)
    Education Funding debate in the legislature, , Auto insurance explanation from Patrick the Insurance Adjuster, Jake the Liberal's call trying to compare auto insurance with Obamacare, Listener responses to Jake's call,
    1.18.18
     
    The J.T. Show (1st Hour)
    `Average temp for across the Magnolia State - 22 degrees!, Fake News Awards, , Education funding debate - a break down of the bill, , Trying to explain the 27% rule for education funding, Sam's meandering call on mandatory auto insurance, ,
  • ON DEMAND | Good Things with Rebecca Turner
    1.17.18
     
    Good Things with Rebecca Turner
    Rebecca and Ryno are having a little fun on a Snow Day, and they wanted you to get the chance to hear how Pontotoc County School District announced their snow day!,
    1.16.18
     
    Good Things with Rebecca Turner
    It is a SNOW DAY!, You'll hear all about Gallant Hearts and how they help provide guide dogs for the blind!,
    1.15.18
     
    Good Things with Rebecca Turner
    Woodrow Price has been nominated for a prestigious national award, and his energy and passion for educating kids is a clear indication of why his name was thrown in the hat!,
  • ON DEMAND | Head to Head
    1.17.18
     
    Head to Head (3rd Hour)
    Eric Sorensen of D1 Baseball,
    1.17.18
     
    Head to Head (2nd Hour)
    SEC Network analyst Cole Cubelic,
    1.17.18
     
    Head to Head (1st Hour)
    Richard Cross is a bad, bad fan , Headlines,
  • ON DEMAND | Garden Mama
    1.13.18
     
    Garden Mama
    1.6.18
     
    Garden Mama
  • ON DEMAND | Handyman
    1.13.18
     
    Handyman
    1.6.18
     
    Handyman
  • ON DEMAND | Eagle Hour
    1.17.18
     
    The Eagle Hour, January 17, 2018
    1.16.18
     
    9AM Edition - January 16, 2018
    1.15.18
     
    The Eagle Hour, January 15, 2018
    On the show we had guests Kirk McCarty and Collin Cargill along with Bob Ghetti and Luke Johnson,
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