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Pat Baccas Bowen

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Our daily programming includes:

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A Unique Blend of Caribbean Music Online

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Future Movement Radio is currently the largest and most listened to Caribbean Radio Program in Georgia.

We have accumulated 9 years plus of informative conversations with millions of listeners. We are the loudest voice and communicator to the Caribbean diaspora. Future Movement can be heard World Wide, and can akso be viewed on facebook.

Future Movement Radio simulcasts live Monday-Saturday on WATB 1420 AM and WGFS 1430 AM, at Monday-Friday 1PM to 6PM and 10PM to 8AM ) ( Saturdays 8AM to 2PM ).

Our afternoon drive with Pat Baccas, is a unique mix of news, talk, interviews, and music. Pat has received numerous awards for her relentless pursuit of justice, and tireless humanitarian efforts

VP Trevor Smith and Immigration Attoney Winston Tucker. Host and Co Host of future Movement Radio Complement a Strong Future Move ment Team

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