The First Lady of Gospel is host the "Rush Hour of Power" catch it weekdays 3pm-7pm.
Reach me out to me at 334-274-6464 or request a song at 334-274-9104
Yvette Bullard-Dillard affectionately known as Montgomery’s First Lady In Gospel Music is the host for the afternoon drive show entitled The Rush Hour of Power which hits the airwaves Monday –Friday from 3 to 7pm and Inspirations For Sunday Morning which airs every Sunday from 6 until 10am.The First Lady brings 24 plus years of experience to the airwaves. In addition to being a radio announcer, Yvette is also an educator. She’s a native of Montgomery nd a graduate of George Washington Carver High School.In addition, she received both her Bachelors of Arts and a Master’s in Education from Alabama State University.
A hard worker of the listening community, Yvette has been awarded a key to the City of Montgomery (2010), the Pioneer Award (2010), A Resolution from the House of Representative (2010), and McDonald’s Radio Announcer of the year award for six consecutive years (1992-1998). Through it all, Yvette still manages to serve as wife and mother of two. Yvette is a collector of eagles for her life motto is derived from two scriptures: Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” and Isaiah 40:31 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength: they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary: and they shall walk, and not faint.”
God Guide You
by Catherine Pulsifer, (c)2012
Focus on happiness, not discontent
Thank God for the gifts that are heaven sent.
Rather than crying for what we have not
Give thanks for all that you've got.
Count your blessings and then
Share them with others again and again.
Always be kind, loving and true
With others and those dear to you.
Always show patience, don't turn away
It will make life worthwhile tomorrow and today.
helps others you know
But more importantly it helps you to grow.
God gave us the ability to do, not just try
Give thanks rather than cry.
Live your life fully and true
Don't let life get you blue.
As you start your day
Get down on your knees and pray.
guide you In all that you do.
Bob Howell takes position with ASU
During a news conference held Monday at
newscaster Bob Howell is the interim director for ASU's Center for
Communications and Applied Media, which is a new communications venture at the
Howell, the former managing editor and news anchorman for WSFA 12
News in Montgomery, will lead the center, have roles in developing and creating
its curriculum, teaching, and myriad other roles, said President Harris.
"It became clear to us (ASU) that the one person who could
make our interest a reality, and improve what we have done in communications
was Bob Howell himself," said Harris. "Accordingly, we are here today
to announce the beginning of
delighted to have Mr. Howell join
Howell retired from WSFA on May 23, ending 32 years with the NBC
In all, Howell has 45 years in radio and television journalism. He
has reported news from major cities around the country and had several foreign
assignments covering stories in
hosted WSFA's "Newsmakers," "Alabama Illustrated,"
Howell said that he is excited to be joining the ASU team, and
while many know of him as a news and communications veteran, he is also no
stranger to education.
"I have 24 years of college teaching at
making the best of the opportunities that students face today… I look at this
as a terrific opportunity to work with a well-established communications school
(ASU), and to add a new dimension in making sure the graduates are up to speed
in the practical aspects of working in broadcast, social media and print,"
Center for Communications & Applied Media
The ASU Center will be a state-of-the-art
facility housing ASU's radio and television stations, recording technology
resources and student print media. These entities include the University's
award winning radio station WVAS 90.7 FM HD1, HD2 and HD3; its education
television station (ASU-TV); and its student newspaper (The Hornet Tribune).
Experienced broadcast and print professionals will work with ASU's training
faculty to provide communications students with multi-faceted, real-life
experiences that may be immediately translated into professional employment
The Center's mission is to provide students with the highest level
of academic preparation and professional training in broadcast and print
communications, mass media and related applied technologies through
cutting-edge curricula and state-of-the-art, hands-on experiences.
It also will work to ensure that students have a successful
transition to the professional communications and mass media area in which
African-Americans are now severely underrepresented; and to establish a
communications outreach program in partnership with local governments, civic
organizations and public education leaders that will encourage elementary and
secondary education students to develop the academic skills and the motivation
to pursue a communications degree at Alabama State University.