Fifty years ago this month, Los Angeles had its first ever LA Pride Parade--the world's first gay pride parade. Recent events--the COVID-19 crisis and the recent protests against racial injustice--have caused some rethinking by the nonprofit organization that organizes LA Pride, Christopher Street West (CSW).
OWN's new docu-series, "Deion's Family Playbook," follows pro-athlete Deion Sanders off the field and into his home.
The Nasty Sho, born Silas Anderson in Jackson Mississippi, has been an innovator always stepping out in a limb to play what other DJs won't. He is an open format DJ often mashing different genres together to make a track that will make the people move, earning him the nickname the Mississippi Mash Up King.
Tupac's Estate Seeks Millions in Damages for Interference with Economic Benefit and DeceitAmaru logo LOS ANGELES, CA - Lawyers for Amaru Entertainment filed a cross-complaint against Morgan Creek Productions and James Robinson, Don Hardison and LT Hutton, individuals involved in Morgan Creek's executive affairs.
Radio Facts: Tupac's Estate Seeks Millions in Damages for Interference with Economic Benefit and Deceit Amaru logo LOS ANGELES, CA - Lawyers for...
Mike Scinto, a local conservative talk radio host who has spent the past 10 years of his longtime radio career at WDAO-AM (1210), said he was terminated Monday, March 2.Scinto, in an interview by phone Monday night, said station President and General Manager Jim Johnson called him Monday morning to say advertisers were not supporting his show
Radio Facts: Mike Scinto, a local conservative talk radio host who has spent the past 10 years of his longtime radio career at...
19-year old driver in NASCARâ„¢s Drive for Diversity program chosen to represent NationwideColumbus, OH -- As part of Nationwideâ„¢s support to increase diversity within the sport of racing, the company is participating in NASCARâ„¢s Å“Drive for Diversity initiative. Michael Cherry, a 19-year old rookie from Valrico, Fla., has been chosen to represent Nationwide Insurance.
Downtown-based NewsRadio 1020 KDKA has sold the naming rights to the Gateway Center studios in which the radio station has operated for generations to Lexus of North Hills, a Wexford-based car dealership.CBS Radio, the company that owns KDKA radio along with a hand ful of other local radio stations, expects the sponsorship with give Lexus Å“unprecedented exposure
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