AFRO First Edition
AFRO First Edition with Sean Yoes is a partnership with WEAA-FM along with The Afro newspaper. Host Sean Yoes, leads roundtable discussions with correspondents, politicians, and community leaders. AFRO First Edition works to provide the latest news and information for listeners – either relating to crime or the survivors of Hurricane Katrina. The show assembles the media to provide analysis on news makers and champions in our community.
Real Questions with David Brown assembles the top journalists, correspondents, and news makers in the Baltimore market. The title says it all; David asks real questions to political leaders, community activists, and others – providing listeners with answers to stories making headlines, locally, nationally, and around the world. David has years of experience working for the City of Baltimore, which he uses to unveil up to the minute coverage on breaking news.
Mon- Fri, 12pm - 2pm
Sandi Mallory, was graduated from the University of Maryland College Park with a degree in Radio, Television and Film. Working in various radio formats from Jazz, Urban Contemporary, Adult Contemporary and back to Jazz, her voice has been heard over the Mid-Atlantic airwaves from WMUC, WHUR, WXYV (V103) WLIF with a return to WEAA the origin of her radio career in Baltimore.
"Turning Back the Hands of Time” with Big Jim Saturday Mornings 5am-10am. Mixing all of the old school funky favorites of Soul and Rhythm & Blues most listeners can’t hear anywhere else. The song request lines are always open, as Big Jim loves to meet new and exciting people. Big Jim is serving nothing but blues on Thursdays Night 8pm-12am on “Blues in the Night."