WWRW: Mark Hanna and Bob Taylor, Back!

WWRW Welcomes Back Mark Hanna and Bob TaylorWWRW Announced today the return of Bob Taylor and Mark Hanna to the airwaves, with Bobby Jay, Al B Love, and Lex VanDyken returning in May!

Bob Taylor is a well known voice from the North East and comes to WWRW through 380 Radio and The World Wide Radio Network. His voice is heard on stations throughout the world, and we’re proud to have him back every Monday through Friday from 10am-3pm Central (11a-4p Eastern) spinning the hits of yesterday!

Mark Hanna brings his big bag of nickles and his timeless golden jukebox every Monday through Friday from 3p-7p Central (4p-8p Eastern) with “Jukebox Gold”. Mark brings his Philly sound and style to the air along with looks back at the Psychedelic 60s, Number 1s, and even the hits from the British Invasion.

Bobby Jay, Al B Love, and Lex VanDyken will return to the air on WWRW soon as well, each bringing their own brand of entertainment and fun to WWRW.

WWRW is the “Official” running 24/7 demo of just a sampling of what 380 Radio can do for you and your station! Voiceover and Production Pro’s who are part of the 380 Radio family are welcomed and encouraged to voice liners, and produce sweepers and promos for WWRW, as well as provide programming for the station!


The World Wide Radio Web has been broadcasting since early 2002, when it came on the scene as a running outlet of the talent and voices that you could find at The World Wide Radio Network. In 2009, The World Wide Radio Network merged with 380 Networks of North Texas, and is currently growing as a network and consortium of broadcast and entertainment professionals.

If you are a producer of Sweepers and Station Imaging, Voiceover Pro, or you have programming for radio, and would like us to promote your products and services, feel free to let us know by contacting Robert Hantson at rhantson@380network.com or call Robert at 469-362-4562

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