‘Blue Line Radio’ moving to 106.7-FM


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Submitted: Sat, 09/07/2013 - 7:46pm
Updated: Sat, 09/07/2013 - 7:49pm
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WILMINGTON, NC (NEWS RELEASE) — Marc Benson and Blue Line Radio, the longest running crime talk show in the Wilmington area began their broadcast February 7, 2004 and beginning Saturday, September 14, 2013, they will be changing to a new and different broadcast station.

Benson, the show’s host, a decorated 24 year law enforcement veteran, a graduate of the FBI Academy and a licensed Private Investigator with the Benson Agency Investigations, will be joining the broadcast team of “My Talker” at WMYT 106.7. The Blue Line Radio Show will be in their normal Saturday time slot of 12 Noon to 2PM. Marc and the Blue Line Radio Show discuss crime and crime related issues locally and nationally in the two hour broadcast.

Benson says “I am excited about this new step for our show and look forward to expanding our broadcast in other ways and uncensored with a nationwide audience. With WMYT’s state of the art technology, our audience will be getting a higher caliber broadcast which will include an array of listener applications including live and taped video feed of our show. For those fans that aren’t available to listen while we are live, they will have the ability to catch the show at their convenience on line.”

7 Comments

  • Jackie Ganus says:

    unable to pick up 106.7 in Shallotte. Really miss the show.

  • Mad Mike says:

    I agree, The Big Talker has become The Big Hawker. This station went ice cold when they lost Chad Adams in the morning. Now that Marc has moved it has been replaced on my preset boyyons alsoo.

  • WX_Guy says:

    The former Bigtalker has turned into a long running commercial for their website peppered with a more ads. What is the appeal to that format? 106.7 has replaced them on the radio presets in my vehicle.

    Marc should be happier in a more appropriate venue for his show. We are looking forward to the streaming and podcast opportunities to listen to his show and the other content when convenient.

    Good move for all. Good luck to Marc and the new station management.

  • swan says:

    Wish you the best, Marc. You have a lot to offer the community regarding crime prevention. Thank you so much for being a Sheep Dog.

  • Mrs.B says:

    Oh my goodness this is the best thing I have heard since you announced coming back. Congratulations and see what can be done about that signal strength!

  • Yam Town says:

    Congratulations, Marc and crew. I will be listening. Thank you for being a Sheep Dog who is always bringing us the latest in crime and crime prevention.

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