WDAS will not hold Unity Day -- its signature outdoor event -- and indications are that last year's 30th anniversary event was its last.
"For three decades, Unity Day has been a tremendous success for our community, sponsors and for the station," a statement from the Clear Channel station read. "An event of this magnitude and reach relies on both financial and human resources from a variety of entities, organizations, corporations and businesses. Due to the difficult economic times we cannot produce Unity Day this year. However, our commitment and spirit continue."