Jacksonville Radio

Mental Health

We’ve all heard about recording artist Mandisa passing last week. No cause of death has yet been revealed, but we know Mandisa was very vocal about her struggles with depression. You’re able to watch her celebration of life Live: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMhnyy-di4U We thought it would be a good idea to talk about the realities of depression […]

Tropical Storm Idalia: Ways to Help

Hurricane

The state of Florida has launched its Florida Disaster Fund to help Idalia-affected communities. It is part of the Volunteer Florida Foundation. The American Red Cross is once again accepting donations to help people who were impacted by Idalia’s path. You can mark it specifically for “Hurricane Idalia” using the website’s dropdown. If you don’t want to […]

Are you blessed?

You’ve, no doubt, heard CAIN’s song “I’m So Blessed”, It is trending on social media as people all over are taking to the digital world to share how blessed they are. Want to join in the fun? Call our ‘I’m So Blessed’ line at 904-877-4688 and leave a message telling us how you have been […]

Radio Works with Real Estate, One Home At a Time

Author: Nick Arias, Research & Insights Assistant, RAB As adults journey through life, one of the milestones some may reach is the purchase of a home. It is a significant event, filled with anticipation and excitement for some. This event is most often made possible with the guidance and support of a real estate agent. … Continue reading “Radio Works with Real Estate, One Home At a Time”

Bring these words Back

A disco ball hanging from the ceiling

Are you sick of the “trending” slang words that are being used right now? What if we brought some of these phrases from the 70’s back?! Words like….. Skinny…..as in ‘What’s the skinny’….what’s happening?, Tell me about things…. Psych – As in…Just got you! Hairy Eyeball – Ever gotten a hairy eyeball?  When you look […]

Tax Free Hurricane Supplies

A hurricane

It’s hurricane season! We can joke about all of the snacks we’re going to put into our Hurricane Prep kit (and we strongly encourage you to do that) but there’s also some serious stuff to put in that kit. Now is the week to go out and buy! Not only does it feel great to […]

Why Digital-Only Brands Should Become Broadcast Radio Advertisers

Contributor: Beth Osborne, director, marketing and content, Marketron As digital advertising continues to become a growing part of a station’s revenue, you may have a book of businesses that are digital-only advertisers. Maybe they aren’t convinced of the value of radio ads or seek an audience outside of your station demographics. For new advertisers, they … Continue reading “Why Digital-Only Brands Should Become Broadcast Radio Advertisers”

We love our teachers!

A student and teacher standing by eachother. The teacher is holding up a sign that says "Do you want to share my Liver

We often talk about how special our teachers are… none more so than Carissa. Carissa is a pre-school teacher who had a student a couple of years ago suffering with Liver damage from birth. The young man had been adopted as an infant and his parents were told he would need a liver transplant eventually. […]

Good News Story

A 5th grader holding up an award

 I love when our good news story has to do with kids…  Daken, a 5th grader found out his classmate had a pretty large lunch bill at school.. not because the kid ate a lot… but the kid’s family couldn’t really afford it… but what do you do when your child needs to eat! As […]

House Hold Chores

Here we are entering summer and we realize… that gym membership hasn’t been used since February and we have to put on a swimsuit. That’s fine! As long as you’ve been keeping up with your household chores! Research shows you can get a full body workout by doing everyday chores around the house! Going up […]

Mom Was Right

Someone wiping down counters with cleaning supplies

All mothers, whether they realize it or not, teach their kids the importance of cleanliness. Cleanliness is next to Godliness! Now science is catching up with mom. A study determined that those who are “super clean” are twice as happy with their overall lives that those who believe themselves to be “messy”. Those who considered […]

As Millennials Go Through Life, Radio is There to Reach Them

Author: Victor Texcucano, Content Coordinator, RAB While the oldest are now nearing their mid-40s and the youngest not yet 30, millennials now represent the largest generation group in the U.S. The U.S. Census in 2022 estimated that there were more than 72.24 million millennials. Born between 1981 and 1996, millennials fall within the age range … Continue reading “As Millennials Go Through Life, Radio is There to Reach Them”

Inspirational Valedictorian Speech

A Senior giving a graduation Speech

High School Valedictorian Alem Hadzic gave his speech at his graduation just hours after his father’s funeral. Only a handful of people knew his father had died, leaving most of the audience shocked when he shared what he had been through that day. Alem’s father had been diagnosed with cancer during his Senior year and […]

Memorial Day Weekend Sale

An American Flag in the ground

Did you know Memorial Day Weekend is a great time to buy stuff?! It’s kind of like a summertime Black Friday. There’s great deals on really useful stuff. Here’s a list of things that are typically the best things to buy Memorial Day Weekend because they are usually on sale: Happy Shopping!

Clever Parenting Hacks

Someone pointing a remote control at the tv

A few days ago, some listeners chimed in and shared Parenting Hacks that have made life as a parent so much easier! A woman shared this one with us:  “Sometimes I put movies on that are in Spanish and when my kids get really confused and ask why they can’t understand it I tell them […]