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The African American Biography Series of 2013 features the lives of prominent African Americans in every walk of life.  The significance of this series is Black History on Internet Radio.  You Talk Too Much is proud to be a featured show on blogtalkradio and aims to live up to high standards expected of a featured educational internet radio show.  African American Journalist/Newscasters/Reporters/Anchors is our topic tonight.  Namely, Mr. Gil Noble, Mr. Max Robinson and Ms. Carole Simpson.  Gil Noble was born in 1932 and lived to be 80 years old.  He was an American television reporter and interviewer.  He was producer and host of WABC-TV's weekly show LIKE IT IS.  This program focused primarily on issues concerning African Americans.  Max Robinson lived from 1939 until 1988.  He was and American Broadcast Journalist and an ABC News WORLD NEWS TONIGHT co-anchor.  He was the first African-American broadcast network news anchor in the United States.  He was founder of the National Association of Black Journalist.  Ms. Carole Simpson was born in 1941.  She currently has a memoir in book stores called NEWSLADY.  She is an American Broadcast Journalist, news anchor and author.  She began her career in Chicago, Illinois on the radio at WCFL.  In 2006, she retired from television news to began teaching journalism at Emerson College in Boston.  I'm Laura Gall, producer and host of The African American Biography Series of 2013. My host name is mae510.  Thank you for listening.