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Access.1 Communications is a New York City-based company which owns radio broadcast stations in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas and Louisiana, including a radio station cluster and a television station in Atlantic City NJ, and radio station WWRL in New York City. Access.1 also owns SuperRadio, a general market syndication company which distributes 40 radio programs through over 1400 affiliate agreements with more than 725 radio stations. Of these 725 stations, approximately 150 are located in the top 50 markets nationwide. The shows are broadcasted to an estimated 100 million people throughout the United States.[1]

Chairman and President, respectively, are industry veterans Sydney Small and Chesley Maddox-Dorsey. Access.1 also has a 49% ownership interest in American Urban Radio Networks (AURN).

SupeRadioEdit

SupeRadio Networks is a producer and distributor ofradio programs in a variety of formats including Urban, Urban Adult, Mainstream Top 40, Rhythmic, Talk, Country, Hot AC, Rock, Dance, Alternative, Gospel and Oldies.

In 1988, the company experienced its first success with John Garabedian's Open House Party, which is syndicated live via satellite to 150 mostly CHR radio stations. Today, the company boasts over 2500 different radio stations airing its programming.

Some of SupeRadio's talk personalities include Doug Stephan, host of Good Day USA, Wendy Williams, Ed Schultz, Al Sharpton and Warren Ballentine.

Progressive talk stations ownedEdit

Station City Website Format airdate Notes
WWRL New York, New York wwrl1600.com 9/1/2006 - present
WTAA Atlantic City, New Jersey none station being sold

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