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Sidney Wood is the Voice of Atlanta on News Talk 1380AM WAOK. With over twenty five years of broadcast experience, Sidney has worked at every significant radio station in Atlanta as an on-air talent. Wood received his education at North Springs High School (Atlanta), Morehouse College (Atlanta), and The University of Georgia (Athens).
Sidney is the president of New Covenant Communication, LLC, a firm which provides marketing and media services to ministries and those targeting the valuable faith-based marketplace.
A former president of the Georgia NAACP State Youth and College Division, Sidney has long been politically active and engaged in civic and community affairs. He is the executive director of The Atlanta Improvement Association and his dream is to someday serve as mayor of the city of Atlanta.
Brother Wood is a member of The Concerned Black Clergy of Metropolitan Atlanta and World Changers Church International. He is currently enrolled in Bible College and is the founder of The Great Salvation Evangelistic Association (Great Sea).
Sidney is the son of Sidney M. Wood, Sr. and LaVerne G. Wood, who are both alive and well in the metropolitan Atlanta area. He has one adult son, Sidney M. Wood, III.
A survivor, who is eight years cancer free, Sidney Wood lives each day to the full, confidently expecting a 100 year long abundant life.
Today Sidney explored President Obama’s commitment to remedy income inequality during his last three years in office. Who do you think is responsible for making you more money? Hear the interesting answers and vigorous discussion [...]
According to TheAJC.com, Residents who have spent months participating in talks with Atlanta officials over how to divvy up millions for communities impacted by the future Atlanta Falcons stadium were stunned Wednesday to learn the [...]
President of the Black Affairs Council, Ms. Caroline Bailey and Raven Gibson was on the show today discussing some of the issues African American students are facing down at UGA. Racist and homophobic comments were [...]
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