NEWS HEADLINES & SPORTS
Keeping listeners informed is an important part of the PopRadio 77 broadcast day. During weekday mornings between 6 and 9 and afternoons between 3 and 6 there is News-On-The-Hour. PopRadio 77 is a network affiliate of the American Family Radio network and the hourly One News Now is broadcast on slight delay every morning on Morning Wake Up. One News Now is also broadcast at 12:00PM Weekdays.
Democracy Now , an award-winning news and commentary show, is aired each weeknight at 7pm after The Pit Stop with Pete Cato.
During weekday mornings for up-to-date sports scores and schedules, for NY, NJ and Philadelphia teams, tune in following the News-On-The-Hour for a Joe Cutter Sports Report.
Start your days with Matt Ryan's Weather Forecast each weekday morning at :05 and :35 after the hour. If it's going to be sunny, rainy, or windy Matt will have the details twice every hour between 6 and 10am.
Weekday afternoons on The Pit Stop with Pete Cato join David Dean for two weather updates each hour at :05 and :35. Each PopRadio 77 Forecast always includes the wind effect that many forecasters omit.
Middays, Weekday Evenings, Overnights and Weekends tune in at :35 each hour for weather updates. The PopRadio 77 Weather Center is 24/7 keeping an eye on the sky and reporting the most accurate information every hour.
AM News at 6:30, 7:30 & 8:30
A true news professional, Joe recently spent 30 years in the newsroom at WKXW (NJ 101.5) reporting news during the afternoons. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Joe has interviewed Rev. Al Sharpton, Luciano Pavarotti, Ross Perot, Joe Biden, and scores of New Jersey political figures over his lengthy career. Joe recently won the Edward R. Murrow award for best breaking news coverage of the Jersey City terrorist shootings.
PM News-On-The-Hour from 3 to 7
Weekdays from 3 to 7pm, join Anthony Messina for the Headlines from the PopRadio 77 Newsdesk at the top of each hour. Update your newsfeed with an award-winning newscaster during your afternoon drive home!
A national defense analyst warns cyber-attacks from foreign enemies represent a new and serious threat to the U.S., a warning that comes after President Joe Biden says he gave Russia’s president a list of America’s most critical targets that should be “off limits” to just such an attack.
In a head-turning unanimous decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled the City of Philadelphia violated the First Amendment's free exercise clause after it stopped cooperating with a Catholic organization.
When Southern Baptists met in Nashville this week, they decided that a moderate – not a conservative – will lead the denomination for the next two years. But they only debated what was perhaps the most controversial issue before them: critical race theory.
The U.S. Dept of Education is insisting transgender students are protected under Title IX, a claim that critics are calling dangerous and dubious, but not entirely unexpected, from the far-left Biden administration.
An immigration analyst says the state of Texas is on strong legal grounds if the Biden administration follows through with a lawsuit over federally-operated illegal migrant shelters operating in the Lone Star State.
It's settled. The Southern Baptist Convention has a new president: Alabama Pastor Ed Litton will lead the denomination for the next two years. But the debate over critical race theory? That remains unsettled.
A former Virginia governor who is seeking the office again is claiming Critical Race Theory is a made-up issue in a state where hundreds of Virginians are publicly fighting school leaders after learning children have been subjected to CRT’s anti-white shaming that is presented as anti-racist instruction.
Every speaker at the recent hearing on the 2022 Olympics being held in China raised questions about why the country's human rights violations continue to be ignored.