Johnson has been appointed to lead Shreveport’s longest airing urban radio station
Shreveport, LA – The longest airing urban radio station in Shreveport, “KOKA” has chosen Charles Edward Johnson (Pastor CeJay) to lead it into the future.
The station plans to continue playing gospel music, reach newer generations and grow it’s relationship with the community. Johnson has plans to bring a more diverse group of talent, establish a stronger relationship with the gospel music industry and the community.
Johnson has been in radio since 2010, he has experience in sales and programming. He is known in the Shreveport community as a local pastor, entrepreneur, social activist and radio personality. Being a native of Shreveport, he graduated from C. E. Byrd High School and Southern University at Shreveport. He furthered his education at University of Phoenix and most recently finished his Master degree in Christian Ministry and Religion from East Texas Baptist University.
“KOKA has a rich history in our community and a great foundation to build its future,” said Cary Camp, Vice President/Market Manager for Shreveport, Longview and Tyler markets. “I’m glad to have him back as I know he’ll do great things for the station.”
These changes to KOKA 980 AM and 93.3 FM will take place Tuesday, October 1, 2019. Johnson will take over the afternoons on KOKA from 3 P. M. to 6 P. M.
For more information please contact Alpha Media Shreveport at 318-222-3122.