In the vibrant heart of Atlanta, a significant meeting recently took place between two influential figures in the media landscape: Ron Busby Sr., President and CEO of the U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC), and Greg Davis Jr., Vice President and Atlanta Market Manager of Davis Broadcasting.

Davis Broadcasting, founded in 1986 by Mr. Greg Davis Sr. as a 100% minority-owned company, has been a pioneering force in radio broadcasting. With its home office situated in Columbus, GA, Davis Broadcasting operates six radio stations in Columbus and an additional six stations in Atlanta, GA.

Among its flagship stations is WFXE-FM Foxie 105, which has consistently led the airwaves in Columbus with its urban format. In Atlanta, WLKQ-FM La Raza 102.3 and WTSH 107.1, offering a Regional Mexican format, have made significant waves since their inception. Notably, WLKQ 102.3 became Atlanta’s first Hispanic FM station in 2003 under the moniker La Raza, with WTSH 107.1 joining the lineup in 2018.

In 2018, Davis Broadcasting expanded its footprint in Atlanta with the launch of WJZA – Smooth Jazz 101.1FM/100.1FM/1310AM, catering to a diverse audience with its smooth jazz format.

This year marks a remarkable milestone for Davis Broadcasting as they proudly celebrate 37 years in radio broadcasting, a testament to their enduring commitment to excellence and community engagement.

The recent meeting between Ron Busby Sr. and Greg Davis Jr. underscores the importance of USBC fostering relationships within the Black-owned media ecosystem. As USBC and NABOB continue their mission to support and empower Black-owned businesses and media enterprises nationwide, partnerships like these are essential for driving collective progress and amplifying diverse voices.

To learn more about Davis Broadcasting and their impactful journey in radio broadcasting, visit Davis Broadcasting’s website.

Stay tuned for more updates as USBC and NABOB continue to forge meaningful connections and drive positive change within the media industry.

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