New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced a new radio show, “Hear from the Mayor” on WBLS 107.5 FM. Episodes will air semi-regularly and feature news of the day, special guests who are moving the city forward, and live call-ins from New Yorkers who want to discuss the issues they care about. New Yorkers can listen to episodes by tuning into 107.5 FM for the live broadcast or by visiting WBLS online to find the latest episodes. The first show will air this Sunday, July 23, at 10:30 AM.
“Every day, we are ‘Getting Stuff Done’ for working class New Yorkers, but so many working class New Yorkers are also doing so many wonderful things to move our city forward; this program will highlight all that and more as we hear directly from New Yorkers,” said Mayor Adams. “Tune in or give me a call, and hear directly from your mayor on what we are doing to build a better New York City.”
“Radio has always been a two-way medium, and with listeners accustomed to providing their opinions across a myriad of issues, having Mayor Adams on WBLS is the perfect way to allow the community to engage with him directly,” said Rahsan-Rahsan Lindsay, chief executive officer, MediaCo.
Listeners who want to call-in for the show can dial in at 212-545-1075. Shows will air on a semi-regular basis.
New Yorkers can also hear from Mayor Adams through “Hear From Eric,” where they can learn about new initiatives and policies, local events, and more. Mayor Adams additionally launched the “Get Stuff Done-Cast” to highlight the amazing things New Yorkers from all walks of life are doing to push New York City forward every day. And the mayor has launched his second series of community town halls, where he is to talking directly to thousands of New Yorkers about the issues affecting them day in and day out.
July 20, 2023