All I want for Christmas...


Local Radio Show Fights to Stay On Air
107.5 WGPR Inspirational Show hosts Christmas Web-A-Thon

DETROIT--- “All I want for Christmas are the resources needed to continue bringing southeastern Michigan residents informative and inspiring individuals, music and news”, says Jacquelyn Rochell. A Different Vue with Jacquelyn Rochell on The NEW 107.5 FM WGPR is the newest inspirational show to hit the airwaves. The positive, uplifting, “tell-it-like-it-could-be” show is rocketing to the top of Sunday morning ratings and needs your help staying on air.

The show airs every Sunday morning from 8a – 11a and has hosted and spotlighted the likes of DPS Emergency Financial Manager Robert Bobb, Detroit City Councilwoman Saunteel Jenkins, Grammy Nominated gospel group 21:03, Grammy Nominated soul singer K-Jon, and many other models of success including local businesses in an effort to extend the WGPR mantra, “Local and Loyal”.

After three months of being on air and receiving rave reviews, A Different Vue with Jacquelyn Rochell is in jeopardy of cancellation due to unfulfilled sponsor contracts. The show’s team is currently hosting a Christmas Web-A-Thon in order to raise enough money to stay on air, and continue production of shows that H.E.A.L. The Each One Reach One campaign asks supporters to visit and donate $1 or more to A Different Vue with Jacquelyn Rochell; then ask them to ask 10 friends, family, and others to do the same.

Although, a newcomer to Sunday morning radio, after only one month of interactive promotions, A Different Vue with Jacquelyn Rochell went from number 11 to number five for its time slot. Producer and Host, Jacquelyn Rochell has poured tens of thousands of dollars from her own pockets to stay on air and is now asking for a very special Christmas Gift.

“All I want for Christmas are the resources to do what we've been doing on “Steroids”! So many people: my mother, son, interns, account representative, friends, and the station have all made tremendous contributions to bring ALL POSITIVE RADIO on Sunday mornings. I love what we’re doing…changing and saving people’s lives and giving them hope. A Different Vue is not about me, it’s about inspiring personal and community healing”, says Jacquelyn Rochell.

ADV has gotten verbal commitments of sponsorship from several corporate sponsors, but NO CASH! "I'm praying Santa Claus brings a Christmas miracle to help the show stay on-air, and put a little Christmas cheer in my Interns' pockets! That's all I want for Christmas!

Immediate Publicity and Awareness is requested to insure Santa gets Jacquelyn’s message.

Media partners can help by calling Public Relations Director, Ammi White at 313-758-8432 or Jacquelyn Rochell at 248-773-1525. Learn more at


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ALVIN G. EL says ... on Wednesday, Jan 19 at 7:26 AM

Don't worry jacquelyn the show must go on with continued success in 2011 and beyond, remember I'll take you there ...

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