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Wright's political talk coming back to local radio

Curtis Wright is bringing his political talk show back to local radio airwaves Curtis Wright is bringing his political talk show back to local radio airwaves

WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) – Curtis Wright's political talk show is coming back to the local radio airwaves in June.

WMYT 106.7 FM, which is currently part of Carolina Christian Radio, will become My TALKER RADIO, with a tentative switchover date of June 3, 2013. The new format will include Wright's live "On The Beat" broadcast from 6am-9am Monday through Friday, and other local and syndicated hosts around the clock. Wright says shows on business issues and possibly sports are also in the plans.

Wright took his show to the internet last September after leaving WAAV-AM. He also previously worked at The Big Talker-FM in Wilmington. Wright says he looks forward to taking part in community events and supporting local efforts with this new venture, which will use all platforms including radio, internet and social media.

Click here to see a video announcing the launch.

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