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Tee-Roy, iHeartMedia's on-air personality at 93.3 The Beat in Jacksonville, Power 99 in Philadelphia, and in other markets; tells local Jacksonville TV station News 4 that his listeners say play Kanye West in light of Ye's recent anti-Semitic posts on Twitter that have resulted in him being banned by Elon Musk. “I thought more people would be like, ‘Hey, don’t play Kanye. I don’t want to hear him.’ But the response has been the total opposite So, to me, it’s shocking,” Tee-Roy said. “The biggest thing that came up has been race. Everybody’s said, ‘He’s a Black man and we need to support him as a Black man.’”


ABC News president Kim Godwin has decided to take Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes off the air, saying they’ve become too much of an internal and external distraction. Look for the hosts to return rather quickly as the ratings for 'GMA3' from last week saw a significant boost from the prior two weeks before the news of their affair surfaced. Godwin said that the relationship is not a violation of company policy.


Samantha Chatman has been promoted to weekend morning anchor at Chicago's WLS-TV ABC 7 Eyewitness News.


Watch and listen to Angela Yee's last broadcast on The Breakfast Club. Charlamagne and DJ Envy will continue on without a third member as no replacement for Angela has been named as of yet. >Read more...


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June 10, 2012

Is There Any Hope for Black Radio?

Black adults are 75 times more likely to hear syndicated radio than their white counterparts
Radio stations went from being black owned, serving local communities
 to being a part of corporations that serve stock holders instead of listeners
Baisden: Wrong About Black Radio By Paul Porter
@IndustryEars

It’s hard to understand what Black radio should be when it’s been missing for years.

After the demise of legendary WRKS-FM in New York, Michael Baisden has been on air petitioning his listeners for a spot on WBLS-FM, New York’s remaining Black adult format. Baisden, while correct on the silencing of Black voices on radio, is dead wrong about Black radio’s problem being something new. Black radio has been taking a whipping for almost 15 years.

The 1996 Telecomm Act, was the beginning of the end of Black owned and formatted radio stations. The [President Bill] Clinton backed Telecomm Act, lifted ownership limits and ushered in a new era of corporate ownership. Local programming, news, music and voices have been systematically homogenized. Black radio’s microphone has been muted.

The Telecomm Act, disproportionally affected people of color. Radio stations went from being black owned, serving local communities to being a part of corporations that serve stock holders instead of listeners. The real problem Baisden misses is what black radio used to mean for local communities. Black radio at one time was the main authentic source for all parts of Black culture.

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