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Radio Facts: I can help but to be very proud of this black man and ANY black man or woman who, instead of belly aching and complaining, steps up the plate and DOES SOMETHING to create change. You can't rally black people to do anything unless its reactive. That's just our nature.
Radio Facts: Radio Facts: Kenya Cabine, afternoon drive personality at WEAS E93 in Savannah, recently participated in the Alzheimer's Association Dancing Stars of Coastal Georgia. Dancing Stars of Coastal Georgia is an exciting benefit for the Alzheimer's Association, Georgia Chapter.
Radio Facts: Radio Facts: Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights into what consumers watch and buy, today reported in its June 2014 RADAR® Radio Network Ratings that more than 181 million Americans age 12 or older, or approximately 68 percent of the national population, heard a network radio commercial during an average week. Nielsen RADAR reports estimated
Radio Facts: Radio Facts: With statistics compiled by Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, and Twitter, The Recording Academy® announced today that combined social media interactions surrounding the 56th Annual grammy Awards® reached a record-breaking 34 million, making Music's Biggest Night®, which aired Sunday, Jan.
Smash No. 1 Single Has Now Reached More Than 230 Million Listeners"Blurred Lines" Lodges Seventh Week At No. 1 On Billboard Hot 100Robin Thicke 's ubiquitous No. 1 single "Blurred Lines," featuring T.I. & Pharrell, continues its full-scale domination of the airwaves this summer, having broken the record for the highest radio audience ever recorded.
Tavis Smiley will put a human face on the alarming new data about poverty in America with special programming on both his...
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Radio Facts: NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) " HBO will kick off coverage of Inauguration Week with an exclusive Sunday, January 18, telecast of the star-studded opening ceremony, two days before the saturation coverage of President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration begins in earnest. In 1993, HBO paid $1.5 million to the Presidential Inaugural Committee to televise Bill Clinton's kickoff from the Lincoln
I can help but to be very proud of this black man and ANY black man or woman who, instead of belly aching and complaining, steps up the plate and DOES SOMETHING to create change. You can't rally black people to do anything unless its reactive. That's just our nature.
Following President Obama’s State of the Union Address, DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz released the following statement:“With tonight’s speech, President Obama has put forth a Democratic vision for a United States that is defined by opportunity, action and optimism.