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About Cosandra “Callywood” Calloway Originally from New York, Cosandra “Callywood” Calloway began her career in the entertainment industry while attending John Jay University where she became Dynasty a radio personality. As former Miss Teen New York and a larger than life personality, she had developed a strong tenacity for the arts and entertainment industry. She quickly garnered attention as the go to girl for the entertainment industry and began working with the likes of Toni Braxton, Will Smith, and Angela Bassett, hosting celebrity basketball games and entertainment shows and events. Broadcasting from the Show Biz Capital of the World, Hollywood, California, her radio show CALLYWOOD has been a choice destination for over 1.5 million listeners since July 4, 2009. Her fans tune in regularly to hear their favorite celebs dish with “Callywood,” an industry mover and shaker. Cosandra’s high energy, comedic whit and class has made her and her show one of the industry’s most sought after interview and publicity avenues on Blogtalk Radio and has earned her several accolades, awards, and recognition. Many of Cosandra’s guests become close friends and repeat guest, even if they've never spoken with Cosandra before, they're definitely part of “The Callywood Nation” afterward. Moving full

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