Tom Joyner Back on Chicago Airwaves

Radio host reaches agreement with Soul 106.3

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    It was only a matter of time before the "hardest working man in radio" tuned back in to Chicago.

    The outcry since syndicated radio host Tom Joyner was taken off the air in Chicago last month seems to have helped the show find a new home.

    According to blackamericaweb.com, Joyner's Dallas-based show will begin airing Wednesday on Soul 106.3. from from 5 to 9 a.m. weekdays.

    Joyner was previously on Clear Channel's WVAZ-FM 102.3, but despite high ratings, it was removed to make room for Steve Harvey's syndicated program.

    "You have spoken, you have written, you have tweeted and once again your activism has made a difference in a big way," Joyner said in a YouTube video.

    Listeners Join Outcry Over Joyner's Ouster

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    Fans of "The Tom Joyner Morning Show!" are up in arms after the show was abruptly replaced Tuesday by "The Steve Harvey Morning Show."