Hull mayor Paul Elkins likes to say the new non-profit radio station coming to his town is “first on the FM dial, first in Hull and first in Madison County.”
And he’s right, WNEE, 88.1, which plans to hit the airwaves late this month, will be the first channel on the FM dial, the first radio station in the county, and certainly a first for Hull.
Lowell Jackson, chairman of the Community Public Radio board that is bringing the station to Hull, and his wife, Penny, were guests at Hull Civic Club’s February meeting for a “get acquainted session” with club and community members and to talk about the new venture.
The station will be based at 55 Easy Street and will feature Christian content.
Lowell Jackson, chairman of Community Public Broadcasting, Inc. talks to Hull Civic Club members recently about the town’s upcoming radio station, while his wife, Penny Jackson, looks on. Margie Richards/staff
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