“The Fayetteville Morning News Hour” airs weekday mornings between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m. The program was launched in January, 2011, to fill the void in local radio. “The Fayetteville Morning News Hour” is the community’s only feature-length radio news program. Local News reports are aired throughout the day. The program is supported by the statewide resources of the North Carolina News Network. It provides hourly national and state newscasts. WIDU’s network affiliations also include an association with the WRAL-TV weather center which delivers brief local reports as well as expanded statewide weather forecasts. Editorial commentaries are an important element of the News Hour. Regular contributors include Margaret Dickson, Troy Williams, Sara Vanderclute, Nancy Shakir, Chris Fitzsimon and Carin Savel.  Bloomberg Radio provides our daily business news reports.


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WIDU 1600 AM is owned by Wes and Sandy Cookman and located in Fayetteville, North Carolina. WIDU programming includes, news, talk radio, church services, and gospel music.

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