Nationally syndicated Gospel radio show, Serving Up Soul, hosted by three time Grammy award winner,Dorinda Clark-Cole, and produced by DMI Music & Media Solutions, has announced a major expansion of the radio show partnering with Rejoice Radio Networks. Rejoice will provide programming, distribution, advertising sales, marketing and affiliate sales for the program. Serving Up Soul is a two hour weekly music and lifestyle show of non-stop inspiration, health tips, and showcases some of the best in Gospel music produced by DMI Music & Media Solutions.
Rejoice Radio Networks is a 24 hour, Stellar Award winning and Crystal Mic Media Award nominated network. Musical Soul Food plays a mixture of the latest contemporary and traditional Gospel music, plus classic hits as well as interviews with gospel artists, nationally-known ministers, authors, etc. and on-air weekly with features that educate and inform listeners of topics of interest to the urban and the Christian audience.
Dorinda Clark-Cole said, “I am delighted to have Serving Up Soul join the largest gospel radio network in the world, Rejoice Radio Networks. My team at Serving Up Soul, my management company and everyone at Rejoice Network understand the importance of this partnership. My team has done a fabulous job of building Serving Up Soul and we all see a bright future in partnering with Rejoice Radio Networks.”
“Everyone at Rejoice is ecstatic about the partnership with the great Dorinda Clark-Cole,” says Rejoice Radio Networks President and CEO, Mike Chandler. “This is a partnership that was brought together by God himself and I know this partnership will strengthen both companies. Rejoice is expanding rapidly by adding new shows, daily features, choirs, musical specials and developing partnerships with other radio networks.” “Dorinda’s radio show Serving Up Soul is a perfect fit for the Rejoice Radio Networks. Serving Up Soul is already on more than 50 radio stations in great radio markets from Dallas to Detroit, from Austin to Augusta and from Tulsa to Tupelo.