St. Louis, MO/Washington, DC – “Stacy On The Right,” the daily talk radio program hosted by Project 21 Co-Chairman Stacy Washington, has expanded its reach with the pickup of three new terrestrial radio stations in Georgia and Florida.
“It’s exciting to see more program directors add us to their lineups,” said Washington. “My brand of clear-headed, engaging and thought-provoking discussion is a perfect fit for today’s hectic media landscape. People want content delivered calmly and succinctly with a mix of guests, calls and commentary. We provide just that.”
Washington’s show, broadcast live from 3-5pm daily, is now heard on the Talk America Radio network stations of WDDQ-Valdosta, Georgia (92.1 FM), WLBB-Carrollton, Georgia (1300 AM) and WJHC-Jasper, Florida (107.5 FM).
“Stacy On The Right” is also syndicated nationally on the Urban Family Radio Network, American Family Radio, America’s Voice TV and KIVA-Albuquerque, New Mexico (1600 AM).
Washington, a resident of the St. Louis area, has been co-chairman of the Project 21 black leadership network since 2016. On the radio, in addition to her own show, she has been a guest host for shows such as “The Wilkow Majority” on SiriusXM’s Patriot Channel, Chris Plante’s and Larry O’Connor’s shows on WMAL-Washington, D.C., “Cam and Company” on NRATV and “The Dana [Loesch] Show” on Radio America. Nominated for an Emmy Award for her television work, she has appeared on networks including CNN, PBS, the BBC and the Fox Business Network. She appeared on the cover of the June 2017 edition of America’s 1st Freedom magazine after breaking off a freelance relationship with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch over its criticism of her 2nd Amendment advocacy. Her commentaries have appeared in Fox News Opinion, RealClearPolitics, The Federalist and Washington Times. She is a decorated veteran of the U.S. Air Force.
Ron Phillips, the owner and operator of Talk America Radio, said: “We’ve been huge fans of ‘Stacy On The Right’ for a long time. We’re honored to include her show on Talk America Radio. She’s the perfect addition to an already stellar schedule of talk shows. She’s professional and powerful, and she’ll fit right in.”
“The southeast is in for a treat. Stacy is an up-and-coming talk radio star,” said David W. Almasi, vice president of the National Center for Public Policy Research and staff director for Project 21. “Stacy’s political acumen is top-notch, and her talents and experience provide a clever and in-depth discourse. She also has great guests!”
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