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Let's Be Frank returns with an open forum on anything you want to talk about in the world of black entertainment. Your thoughts on the movie Addicted? Too serious of an issue to discuss? Your thoughts on the new movie Dear White Folks? What about the new sitcom Blackish? Its all game... on the next ;Let's Be Frank Show
This week, we talk with music - and now media - mogul, Frank Johnson. At age 17, one label had moved him up to New York to work for them. He worked for Def Jam Records for years, working closely with then Def Jam president, Kevin Liles.
Starting as a rap artist himself, he didn't like the way his label was treating him, so he decided to learn the reins himself. And he learned it well! At which point, he stopped performing so he could help other young artists take control of their careers. He still promotes, through his newly-launched Frank Johnson Media. But he also has his own radio and TV network, WPB Networks, and his Creative Hub Baltimore provides space and support for young artists to grow.
Join host Frank Anderson now on Tuesdays 9 p.m. CST. Tonight is open forum on any topic in entertainment. Weigh in on the Jay Z and Solange controversy or the T.I. and Floyd Merriweather controversy. Why is so much current news regarding our black entertainers so negative? Also comedy corner, birthday shout outs and of course the Quiet Storm:For lovers Only.
Coming up… Attorney Frank Carson on the Back Story
During her campaign for re-election DA Birgit Fladager said, “Frank Carson defended Mayor Sabatino.”
Frank Carson was not elected, but Fladagers office failed to convict Mayor Sabatino, despite an out-of-town judge and almost $1 million in resources from the taxpayers. Frank Carson had an advantage he dealt with the truth.
Sheriff Adam Christianson led an eight year investigation of AJ bail bonds followed by a five-month trial in which AJ Pontillo was exonerated and DA Dave Harris was exposed for his utter incompetence. One juror said, “The DA thought we were stupid.” Frank Carson had an advantage he dealt with the truth.
Frank Carson defended whistleblower Frank Drummond, who was accused of sexual abuse. The jury voted 11 to 1 for acquittal. The jury foreman was disappointed that they could not deliver a unanimous vote. Frank Carson had an advantage he dealt with the truth.
When DA Beth De Jung announced that the DA would not retry case, she engaged in further character assassination to explain why she lost.
These DA’s lost their “victories” because they did not seek justice.
More with Frank Carson at 11:30
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