Early Sunday morning, the Greenwood Beat radio station fell victim to a cyber attack, leaving their system compromised. However, the dedicated team worked tirelessly to restore the station and successfully got it back up and running on the TuneIn radio app.
Unfortunately, the joy was short-lived as an error occurred on the app early Monday morning. Angela K Chambers, the Chief Operating Officer, expressed her determination to resolve the issue, stating, “I want to make sure that we’re up and running before I give updates. All I can say is, we must be doing something right if someone wants to hack our station. I apologize for the inconvenience caused to our loyal listeners, especially those who tune in on Sundays.”
The Greenwood Beat has become known for its Sunday morning lineup, featuring Francetta L Mays’ Sunday Morning Old-School Gospels, national recording artist Shonda English’s The Old Landmark Gospel Hour, and Minister Alvin Muhammad’s Trumpet on Greenwood. It is disheartening that these shows have been disrupted, as they have become a staple for many listeners.
However, Angela Chambers finds solace in her faith, believing that the challenges faced by the station were known to the God she serves. She reassures the listeners that she will keep them updated on the progress of resolving the issue. The team is working tirelessly to get the station back on track.
Chambers expressed her gratitude to both the loyal listeners and occasional drop-ins, stating, “The Greenwood Beat is making waves in the airways, and we will continue to do so. Don’t count us out.”