This June, Dr. Nikki Harris, host of the Refocused & Informed Radio Talk Show, has dedicated the entire month to embracing and celebrating fatherhood. Airing weekly on Thursdays at 2 PM CST on The Greenwood BeatWFPG, this special series, Fatherhood: Wounds Bondages Healing and Blessing, aims to recognize the vital role fathers play in our lives and communities. Each episode will explore different themes related to fatherhood, from the challenges and triumphs to the unique bonds shared between fathers and their children. Listeners can expect heartfelt stories, insightful interviews, and expert advice that honors the essence of fatherhood.

Dr. Harris, a recent addition to The Greenwood Beat family, has quickly become a cherished host thanks to her profound knowledge and compassionate approach. Through Refocused & Informed, she tackles a variety of topics with love at their core, fostering a space where listeners can find support, understanding, and inspiration. Her dedication to uplifting and enlightening her audience has made her a beacon of wisdom and empathy, resonating with people both locally and globally.

WFPG is thrilled to have Dr. Harris onboard, recognizing her as a tremendous asset to their programming. Her expertise and heartfelt delivery enrich the station’s offerings, ensuring that listeners receive not only information but also a sense of community and connection. As we celebrate fathers this June, tune in to Refocused & Informed and join Dr. Harris in honoring the men who shape our lives with their strength, love, and unwavering support.

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Ask Angela is back with a new segment Can you guess who her guest will be?

Ask Angela back with new episode today at 9:00 AM. Can you guess who is the guest for today? Probably not but Angela is dropping hints on Ask Angela’s Facebook page. Hints like Six Year Olds, TPD and First 48.

If you guessed Lt. Dave Walker from the Tulsa Police Department, you guessed right. Lt. Walker is on a mission to save Six Year Olds.  Be sure to tune in today at 9 AM CST to learn about his mission, how you can help and and six year olds in your community.

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The Greenwood Beat – WFPG would like to recognize and congratulate Minister Alvin Muhammad for his remarkable contributions over the past year. With his show, Trumpet on Greenwood and mic in hand, Mr. Muhammad has not only fought for the community but also provided invaluable education, information, and inspiration through his platform on The Greenwood Beat radio station. His dedication to uplifting the community and sharing his knowledge has made a lasting impact, and we are proud to celebrate this milestone with him.

One Year Anniversary

Over the past year, Mr. Muhammad’s presence on The Greenwood Beat has been a beacon of light for many listeners. His unique talent to blend history, research and storytelling in an insightful discussions provoking a dynamic and engaging experience for all who tune in. Whether he’s sharing information or giving praise he’s sure to be discussing important educational topics, Mr. Muhammad’s passion and commitment shine through, making the Trumpet on Greenwood on The Greenwood Beat a cherished part of our community.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Mr. Alvin Muhammad for his tireless efforts and unwavering dedication. His contributions have enriched our lives, and we look forward to many more years of his inspiring presence on The Greenwood Beat. Congratulations, Mr. Muhammad, on a year of excellence and service!

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The Greenwood Beat: WFPG Surges Ahead in Year Two with Dr. Angela K. Chambers at the Helm

Introduction to WFPG and Its Visionary Leadership

The Greenwood BeatWFPG is a dynamic community radio station that has quickly established itself as a cornerstone of local media. Launched with the mission to amplify the voices of Greenwood, WFPG is committed to fostering community engagement, promoting local talent, and delivering quality programming that resonates with its audience. The vision of WFPG is to be more than just a radio station; it aims to be a unifying platform that brings people together and addresses the issues that matter most to the community.

At the heart of WFPG’s success is its founder and CEO, Dr. Angela K. Chambers. Dr. Chambers brings a wealth of experience and a deep passion for community service to her role. With a background in business, media, communications, and public service, she has been instrumental in shaping the strategic direction of WFPG. Her leadership style is characterized by inclusivity, innovation, and a relentless focus on excellence.

Under Dr. Chambers’ guidance, WFPG has already achieved significant milestones in its first year. The station has launched several popular shows, increased its listener base, and established strong partnerships. These accomplishments reflect Dr. Chambers’ vision of creating a platform that not only entertains but also educates and empowers the community.

As WFPG embarks on its second year, the station is poised for even greater success. With a robust strategic plan in place, WFPG is set to expand its programming, engage more actively with the community, and continue its mission of being a voice for the people of Greenwood. Dr. Angela K. Chambers’ leadership will undoubtedly be a driving force in these efforts, ensuring that WFPG remains a vital and influential presence in the local media landscape.

New Shows and Programming Enhancements

In its second year under the dynamic leadership of Dr. Angela K. Chambers, WFPG has rolled out an array of new shows designed to captivate a diverse audience while enriching the community’s cultural fabric. Among these new additions is “Greenwood Voices,” a talk show spotlighting local activists, artists, and entrepreneurs, aiming to foster community engagement and highlight the vibrant, multifaceted character of Greenwood.

Another notable new show, “Rhythms & Blues on Greenwood,” offers a deep dive into the genre of blues music. This program caters to music enthusiasts by featuring live performances, interviews with local musicians, and explorations of different artists. “Rhythms & Blues on Greenwood” has been praised for its ability to connect with the seasoned community.

In addition to launching new shows, WFPG has revamped several existing programs to enhance their relevance and appeal. “Morning Talk,” a will surely become a fan favorite, has been structured to include a broader range of topics, from current events to lifestyle tips, making it a go-to source for the community’s daily dose of information and entertainment. Listener feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, with many noting that the refreshed format keeps the content both engaging and informative.

Testimonials from the community underscore the positive impact of these programming changes. One listener commented, “The new shows on WFPG have really broadened my perspective and given me a deeper connection to our community. I especially love ‘Ask Angela’ for its dive into real topics and having truthful dialogue.”

Show hosts also express enthusiasm about the station’s direction. “It’s exciting to be part of a station that continually evolves and strives to serve its audience better,” said one host.

By introducing these new shows and enhancing existing ones, WFPG demonstrates its commitment to innovation and community service. These programming enhancements not only keep the content fresh but also ensure that WFPG remains a vital and engaging presence in the lives of its listeners.

Collaborations and Sponsorships

In its second year under the leadership of Dr. Angela K. Chambers, WFPG has significantly expanded its network of collaborations and sponsorships. The radio station has strategically partnered with various local businesses, community organizations, and other media outlets to foster a stronger community presence. These alliances have not only amplified WFPG’s reach but also reinforced its role as a central hub for community engagement and development.

One of the standout collaborations has been with Greenwood’s Chamber of Commerce. This partnership has enabled WFPG to host a series of community events, including an upcoming Greenwood Business Expo. By offering a platform for local businesses to showcase their products and services, WFPG has strengthened its ties with the business community while providing valuable exposure for its sponsors.

WFPG’s collaborations with other media outlets and promoters have also played a crucial role in its growth. Partnering with Mareo Johnson promoter of Oklahoma Birth of Legends 2, and online platforms, the station has content that reaches a broader audience. Joint ventures like the CEO’S Night Out with founder, Katina Walker also helps WFPG creates opportunities for other businesses and leaders.

These strategic partnerships have proven to be mutually beneficial. Local businesses and organizations gain visibility and support through WFPG’s broad listener base, while the station benefits from enhanced content and community engagement. As WFPG continues to build upon these relationships, it solidifies its reputation as an indispensable community asset, committed to serving and uplifting Greenwood.

Future Plans and Goals for WFPG

As WFPG enters its second year under the leadership of Dr. Angela K. Chambers, the station is poised for significant growth and development. Dr. Chambers has outlined a strategic vision that encompasses a range of ambitious goals aimed at enhancing the station’s offerings and deepening its connection with the community.

One of the primary objectives for WFPG is the introduction of new programming that caters to diverse interests and demographics. Dr. Chambers envisions a lineup that includes more local news coverage, educational content, and cultural programming that reflects the rich heritage of the Greenwood District. By expanding its content, WFPG aims to become a more integral part of daily life for its listeners, providing valuable and relevant information.

Community engagement remains at the forefront of WFPG’s mission. Dr. Chambers is committed to fostering stronger relationships with local organizations, schools, and businesses. This includes hosting community events, participating in local initiatives, and creating opportunities for listener involvement. Through these efforts, WFPG seeks to build a more engaged and supportive audience base.

Technological advancement is another key focus area. WFPG plans to invest in state-of-the-art broadcasting equipment and explore digital platforms to reach a wider audience. This includes enhancing the station’s online presence and developing a mobile app to offer more accessible and convenient ways for listeners to tune in. Dr. Chambers believes that leveraging technology will not only improve the quality of the broadcast but also attract a younger, tech-savvy audience.

To measure success, WFPG will implement a comprehensive evaluation framework that includes listener feedback, audience metrics, and community impact assessments. Regular reviews and adjustments will ensure that the station remains responsive to the needs and preferences of its audience.

In the words of Dr. Chambers, “Our goal is to create a station that truly serves the community, not just as a source of entertainment, but as a vital resource for information and connection.” With such a clear and inspiring vision, WFPG is well-positioned to achieve great things in the coming years.

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The Greenwood BeatWFPG owner, Dr. Angela K. Chambers pledges to be a voice for the people

The Greenwood Beat – WFPG, a rising star in the local media landscape, has recently garnered significant attention under the dynamic leadership of its owner, Dr. Angela K. Chambers. Known for her unwavering commitment to journalistic integrity and community engagement, Dr. Chambers has pledged to make District 1 City Councilor’s seat a true voice of the people. Her vision is to #flipthedistrict and make District 1 a district that fosters dialogue, amplifies marginalized voices, and addresses the concerns of the local community.

Dr. Chambers’ journey to this role is as inspiring as it is impressive. With a Ph.D. in Business Administration and has been standing up for justice, she has a deep understanding of the power of information, voting and this seat. It’s time to for the people to have a voice! Dr. Chambers will be accessible by creating community town hall meetings and open forums to interactive social media campaigns.

Her pledge to be a voice of the people is more than a slogan; it’s a mission statement that guides every aspect of her campaign, “Chambers for District 1.” Dr. Chambers is dedicated to ensuring that community is aware and understand all of the ins and outs of her role as City Councilor. By prioritizing transparency, inclusivity, and accountability, she aims to build trust and foster a sense of unity among voters.

The vote for District 1 City Council will be August 27th. The polling locations are open 7 am to 7 pm. Dr. Chambers encourages voters to verify their polling locations the week prior to voting either online or calling the Tulsa County Election Board.

Dr. Chambers admits she’s not a career politician and she is stepping up to create change for the people. She and her campaign team welcome any volunteers, endorsements and donations.

Follow Chambers for District 1 online at and on social media @Chambersfordistrict1. To contact Dr. Chambers or someone on her team please email

The Greenwood Beat -WFPG celebrated on year in business on June 8, 2024. WFPG is the first black, woman-owned radio station in Oklahoma and is located on the historic Greenwood Avenue in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The area is also known to many as the original Black Wall Street also previously known as Negro Wall Street.

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Sunday premiere of HopeHop Multimedia on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG

Sunday marked the much-anticipated premiere of HopeHop Multimedia airing on The Greenwood BeatWFPG.

HopeHop Multimedia revolutionizes the way we consume media by blending elements of hope and hip-hop culture into compelling storytelling and vibrant content. This innovative platform aims to inspire, educate, and entertain audiences with its unique fusion of music.

The Ministerr HopeHop Multimedia

Since 2002, TheMinisterr-HopeHop Multimedia/Thunder Recordings, a team of 2, has been inspiring love and hope through music. Specializing in music production and licensing, they’re the go-to for youth groups and those working for love. They are not just a label, they’re a force of energy, truth, and love.

Welcome to TheMinisterr-HopeHop Multimedia/Thunder Recordings, an inspirational music label based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Since 2002, their dedicated team of two has been changing the climate of music, focusing on love and inspiration. With 20 years of industry experience and collaborations with popular artists and labels like Jive, Universal, and Tommy Boy Records, they specialize in creating music that resonates with youth centers, local TV shows, festivals, churches, and schools. We’re not just a label, we’re a movement.

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HopeHop Multimedia

The Greenwood Beat, known for its commitment to featuring diverse voices and untold stories, provides the perfect stage for HopeHop Multimedia’s debut. With its focus on positivity and resilience, the show promises to offer a refreshing perspective that resonates across various demographics.

Tune in to WFPG this Sunday to catch the premiere of HopeHop Multimedia on The Greenwood Beat. Whether you’re a long-time fan of hip-hop culture or simply looking for inspiration and uplifting content, this show is bound to captivate and motivate. Don’t miss out on this groundbreaking new program that aims to bring hope and creativity to the forefront of multimedia entertainment.

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“Ask Angela: Fostering Meaningful Conversations and Community Engagement”

Welcome to “Ask Angela” on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG

Dr. Angela K. Chambers has just announced her exciting new show, “Ask Angela,” which she will be hosting on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG radio station. The show is set to air for the first time on Thursday, April 4th at 9:00 am CST. In a recent Facebook post, Dr. Chambers warmly welcomes everyone to the platform, inviting them to join in on the conversation.

What is “Ask Angela”?

“Ask Angela” is a brand new show on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG, where Dr. Chambers will be discussing pertinent community topics with special guests and engaging in dialogue with the community. While some topics will be specific to Tulsa, Oklahoma, the main issues discussed will be common to other urban areas as well. The show aims to address a wide range of subjects, including family, education, civic engagement, community organizations, the church, law enforcement, commerce, voting, and human rights.

Promoting Unity and Understanding

In addition to these important topics, Dr. Chambers will also delve into the significance of diversity, equity, and inclusion within the community. Through insightful conversations, “Ask Angela” aims to promote unity and understanding among all members of society, regardless of their background or beliefs.

Viewers can expect thought-provoking discussions, inspiring stories, and practical advice on how to make a positive impact in both their local and global communities. Whether you’re tuning in from Tulsa, Tokyo, or Timbuktu, “Ask Angela” welcomes you to join the conversation and be a part of the change you wish to see in the world.

How to Get Involved

If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to be a guest on the show, you can email “Ask Angela” at Additionally, make sure to like and follow “Ask Angela” on Facebook for updates and engaging content:

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be a part of this exciting new show. Mark your calendars for Thursday, April 4th at 9:00 am CST, and get ready to join Dr. Angela K. Chambers on “Ask Angela” as she explores important community topics and fosters meaningful conversations. Remember, change starts with you!

The WFPG uses its platform to make a positive impact on the community and beyond.

The WFPG uses its platform to make a positive impact on the community and beyond.

Through various initiatives and partnerships, such as “Let’s READ” and the Tulsa Branch American Red CrossThe Greenwood Beat – WFPG strives to foster meaningful connections, promote diversity and inclusion, and empower individuals from all walks of life. The WFPG works tirelessly to create a more equitable and just society by organizing events, workshops, and advocacy campaigns. With a commitment to social responsibility and collaboration, the organization inspires change and drives progress in the community and the world.

The WFPG’s dedication to fostering meaningful connections and promoting diversity shines through in every aspect of its work. Through innovative initiatives and strategic partnerships, the organization creates spaces for individuals from diverse backgrounds to come together, share their experiences, and learn from one another.

The WFPG is at the forefront of creating a more inclusive and equitable society by organizing engaging events, informative workshops, and impactful advocacy campaigns. Their tireless efforts empower individuals, spark essential conversations, and drive positive change.

With a solid commitment to social responsibility and a belief in the power of collaboration, the WFPG continues to inspire others to join in its mission of building a better future for all. Together, they are making a difference in the community and beyond, driving progress and creating a more just world for generations.

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The Greenwood Beat – WFPG is Making Some Good Changes

The Greenwood Beat – WFPG, Oklahoma’s hottest new black-owned radio station, is set to make some exciting changes. Dr. Francetta L. Mays, the Chief Operations Officer, is working diligently to add even more value to the station with new hosts and programming.

Dr. Mays is enthusiastic about the opportunities that lie ahead for The Greenwood Beat – WFPG. She believes that the station’s commitment to providing value, information, and inspiration to its listeners is attracting more connections and expanding its reach. “This is the best time ever to connect with The Greenwood Beat – WFPG. We are dedicated to making a positive impact in the lives of our listeners,” says Dr. Mays.

One of the recent announcements from Dr. Mays is a collaboration with the American Red Cross Tulsa Chapter. This partnership aims to educate the community about Sickle Cell Disease, a condition that affects approximately 100,000 Americans. Dr. Mays hopes that by sharing information about SCD, they can raise awareness and support those affected by the disease. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, SCD occurs among about 1 out of every 365 Black or African-American births and about 1 out of every 16,300 Hispanic-American births. Additionally, about 1 in 13 Black or African-American babies is born with sickle cell trait (SCT).

As we are celebrating Black History Month, The Greenwood Beat – WFPG recognizes the importance of reflecting on and educating others about the impact and contributions African Americans have made and continue to make in the United States of America. The station will be making changes to the Refocused and Informed Radio Talk Show, among other exciting updates. Stay connected to The Greenwood Beat – WFPG to be the first to hear about these announcements.

With Dr. Francetta L. Mays leading the way, The Greenwood Beat – WFPG is poised to become an even more influential and inspiring platform for its listeners.

The Best Time on Sundays on The Greenwood Beat

Sundays on The Greenwood BeatWFPG offer a lineup filled with fantastic gospel music, insightful interviews, and more! The day kicks off with Dr. Francetta L. Mays, who not only happens to be the Chief Operations Officer of the station but also hosts the Sunday Morning Old-School Gospels. Starting in the early five o’clock hour, Dr. Mays takes us on a nostalgic journey by playing old-school gospels that we grew up listening to with our grandparents.

At noon, national recording artist Shonda English takes the stage at noon to host The Old Landmark Gospel Hour. With her soulful voice and deep connection to gospel music, Shonda brings a unique perspective to the show, creating a truly uplifting experience for listeners.

Later in the afternoon, at 1:30 PM, Minister Alvin Muhammad takes the spotlight on the Trumpet on Greenwood. Through his words of wisdom, Minister Muhammad shares his insights and spiritual guidance, offering a moment of reflection and inspiration for all.

As the day progresses, The Greenwood Beat introduces The New Artist Profile hosted by Tony-D, broadcasting from 4 PM to 6 PM. This segment shines a spotlight on emerging artists, giving them a platform to showcase their talent and share their stories with the audience.

Whether you’re tuning in during the early morning hours or listening throughout the day, The Greenwood Beat provides 24/7 programming that can be accessed at Join us on Sundays for a soul-stirring experience filled with gospel music, insightful interviews, and a sense of community that will uplift your spirit.