The popular Gospel radio show, “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show,” has been cancelled after nearly a decade on the air.
The show, which was syndicated on 38 stations nationwide, including Atlanta Praise 102.5 FM, has been pulled by Reached Media, the syndication arm of Radio One.
Yolanda Adams and her co-hosts, comedian Marcus D. Wiley and Minister Anthony “A.V.” Valary said their goodbyes to their radio fans on Friday, April 23, 2016 after Reach Mediadecided to cancel the “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show”
Adams took to her social media platforms to thank her fans and listeners:
As of this morning THE YOLANDA ADAMS MORNING SHOW HAS transitioned, WE THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR SUPPORT AND Love. WE LOVE ALL OF YOU. Tune in TO SEE THE GREAT THINGS GOD IS NOW DOING WITH US.
WE LOVE YOU DEARLY!!!
The Houston-based “Yolanda Adams Radio Show, was first launched nine years ago, becoming the first-ever daily Gospel show to be nationally syndicated.
Adams thanked the fans for their support and love. “We love all of you. Tune in to see the great things God is now doing with us,” she said.
Check out who Adams’ replacement is after the break:
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