Tony “Q”, Rodney “Khalil” Lundy (a member of the 80’s group, The Force MDs). The Force MDs are known for hits like Let Me Love You, Tender Love and Love Is a House and many more.  Tony “Q” says: I am excited to be united with friends who are extremely excited to get a radio station with me. Khalil Lundy says, “We know where we are going and how to get there, but most importantly, getting there together.” Also joining the group is Ray Daniels from Uni World Music Media adds: “It feels great to be a part of a synergy that has endless possibilities beyond imagination. I always wanted to be associated and incorporated with individuals like Tony Q and Khalil Lundy of Force MD’s. They bring out the best in me. I love channeling and challenging myself to my best capabilities. According to Tony “Q” with this formation. He is able to get the funds required to move on with his next achievement, which he will make public once the dots and t’s are crossed.  Banks today will be glad to take your deposits but to get a loan today its easier to win the Powerball.  Also joining the group is long time business partner Manuel Mena who brings radio sales, programming and promotions.  Manuel was also co-owner of WJKS/WFAI in Wilmington as well as his son Mario “Q” who knows every aspect of the business from Automation Programming to on air.

I can tell you that it will be in the northeast and it will be a station for the listeners and an outlet where the record companies can go to; which they share the same interests, breaking new music.”  Tony “Q” was the former co-owner of KISS 101.7 in Wilmington and Gospel Station Faith. Tony “Q” has over thirty-seven years of radio experience from Ownership, Station Management, Sales, Programming, Research-Interpretation, Positioning and Web-Design.

Tony “Q” started his career in New York City in 1980. Back in 1980, the station where he first started his career, was branded as FM99 (WXLO). While working there, he re-branded the station as 98.7 Kiss.  He was the first and only program director to bring the station to #1 in its rated history.

In 1982, he repeated his research and did the same thing for a station in Philadelphia (WUSL). When WUSL first signed on, it was a county format. Later in 1987, he then rebranded the station to a new name called Power. After Tony “Q” worked on Power, that station jumped to #1 in the market. The highest rating for Power was a 10.1. Tony “Q” was also involved with the launch of WIOQ. WIOQ first signed on as an oldies station, then with Tony “Q”’s rebranding, WIOQ became dance in 1989. In February 1989, he started his new career as an owner at age twenty-seven.  He spent ten years in Ocean City, Maryland.

In 1997, he co-owned WJKS-FM in Wilmington, Delaware for seventeen years. He held nine positions at WJKS from General Manager, Sales Manager, Account Executive, Program Director, Collections, Production, Web-Design, Promotions, Concert Promoter to HR. Tony “Q”, with his experience in radio for so many years, says: “I know what it takes to meet a bank note and payroll, to hearing a hit and giving a station stationality. It takes a certain type of person to make a station work, and I am that person.”

Tony “Q” has received eight awards from Program Director of the Year, recognition in Billboard Magazine to the Urban Knight Radio Award.

“Tony Q” at [email protected] or call 302-743-8283.