Radio Facts: Black Singles Have a Chance to be Featured on The Steve Harvey Morning Show and Win a Date with a Potential Match from BlackPeopleMeet.comBlackPeopleMeet.com and The Steve Harvey Morning Show today announced that they are now seeking black singles from Dallas to participate as contestants in Radio Dateâ„¢, a creative and interactive take on dating game shows of the past. One woman and three men, all from Dallas, will be selected to appear on the show on August 19. The lucky couple’s date will take place Saturday, August 22 in Dallas, and the recap will be featured on The Steve Harvey Morning Show on Wednesday, August 26. To enter, interested daters need to visit www.blackpeoplemeet.com/steve-harvey and click “Participate.” Cand idates for Radio Date must have a profile on BlackPeopleMeet.com and will be selected based on the quality, completeness and popularity of their profiles, as well as their proximity to the city where the date will be held. There is no purchase necessary to be eligible.Every other Wednesday morning, four lucky BlackPeopleMeet.com members appear live on the Steve Harvey Morning Show. One female listener chooses from three eligible bachelors, and listeners can vote online to let the woman know who they think she should pick. To vote, go here https://www.blackpeoplemeet.com/steve-harvey.Winners of the Radio Date receive an elegant, all-expenses-paid night on the town courtesy of BlackPeopleMeet.com and The Steve Harvey Morning Show. In addition to having a chauffeur-driven limo, dinner, flowers for the bachelorette and gifts, the winners will be interviewed twice, live, on the nationally syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Show, which is heard by more than 8 million listeners each week.After each date, people can go to the website to see photos and videos from the date. In addition, those unable to catch the radio show – or those who just want to hear it again – can get full audio from the Radio Date segment. Website visitors also can view past dates in the date archive and stream the show live from the page.