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With a background in the entertainment, publicity, promotion and publishing fields for over 52 years in Florida, Patrick Mascola has become one of the most respected figures in hospitality publishing in South Florida. Variety Newspaper named him "the dean" of South Florida night life.
Since Around Town began distribution Mr. Mascola has dedicated the newspaper to faithfully mirror hospitality and social events in the burgeoning South Florida scene covering every facet of its component parts. He has assembled a powerful and talented staff. The personal touch which this veteran staff maintains with readers and advertisers is printed endorsement of the dedication which he has ingrained into this staff of writers, promotional and photographic people.
The Final Call Newspaper is in its 35th year of publishing & is the only Black National weekly Newspaper with a United Kingdom Edition and full Digital Edition. Mr. Muhammad will talk about the future of the Final Call and the state of black media. The major progressive voice in the tradition of Muhammad Speaks, the Final Call has maintained a fore-most position as a medium of information on domestic and international news & analysis.
Tweet comments live during the show using Hashtag #GlobalPeeks
The Delaware & Hudson CANVAS gives the public a quick and easy reference guide for arts and entertainment. It give artists and performers a venue that reaches those specifically interested in the arts.
Barry Plaxen is the founder and publisher of the "CANVAS". He is on the board of directors of numerous organizaions including the Orange County NY Arts Council.
CANVAS features articles covering everything from local bands and the healing arts to performances, poetry readings and museum and gallery exhibits.
For more http://www.dhcanvas.com
Called the "fastest hour in radio", Red Letter Edition - WEEKDAYS! makes short work of understanding the Bible. You'll be constantly challenged to verify your beliefs in a way that will ultimately result in a living and lasting relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Logic and intellectual honesty are not ignored; rather, these characteristics are encouraged in Don's theological discussions.
On Sundays, look for Red Letter Edition - LIVE! This provocative show is an open forum, call-in show, with a chat room that's always alive with questions and discussion.
(100) Commentary on Sunday newspaper articles “Food Fights and College”
Because I had a craving for broadcasting a show I was looking for some material, I found it in both the Sunday April 6 Los Angeles Times and Whittier Daily News
Interesting enough the LA Times article was in the Opinion section Titled “Food Fight “ written by Virginia C. Li of Los Angeles as well has several 4 responses from readers
The Whittier Daily News provides article by Lisa Leff of the Associated Press “College readiness show in decline”
As most of you know that in my other life I am a 12 year “Newbie” high school teacher, who strives to teach CTE classes to my students, and so I would like to offer my Monday morning quarterback thoughts in response to these two gems I found in the paper
Why you ask? Because we can
in Self Help
In this episode I will take two topics out of mainstream.
Your own newspaper. (David Icke)
The first episode went right away with topics.
The show is at work right from the start.
No get used to the studio stuff.
The radio is a tool for our topic of "become more pro-active with yourself".
The radio on itself is not a topic.
The show will be in dutch again.
And the contribution from members of the audience.
We need to grow up and become more pro-active.
And it is fun to grow up and become pro-active with mother earth.
You can have your own show with us.
Topic: EBT Programs & Attention Newspaper on It's Talk Time hosted by Zeke Vidaurri.
Two dynamic men who have put their life experience in to writing.
Jahi Kweli author of the book " you Me and EBT " he will talk about EBT you must tune in it will shock you to know what you dont know.
Don Abernathy will talk about his local paper and why criminals don't like
what they see in it.
The first-ever podcast for The Wave, Rockaway's Newspaper since 1893, starts off in a big way, as host (and Wave editor) Mark Healey welcomes New York State Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder to the program to discuss all of the latest issues facing the peninsula.
This is the first of a two-part, wide ranging interview, the second of which will air on Friday at 9am.EDT.
Each week, "Riding The Wave with Mark Healey" will discuss, debate and analyze the latest issues concerning Rockaway. Please send your questions, comments and talking points to email@example.com.
Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. is the new CEO & President of the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and the President of Education Online Services Corporation. Additionally, Dr. Chavis is the President and CEO of the Hip-Hop Summit Action Network (HSAN). HSAN, the world’s largest coalition of hip-hop artists and recording industry executives, was co-founded by Dr. Chavis and Business Mogul Russell Simmons.
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Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. was the statewide youth coordinator in NC for Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). In 1970, Chavis was appointed Southern Regional Program Director of the United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice (UCC-CRJ) and was named the Executive Director and CEO of the UCC-CRJ. In 1988, Dr. Chavis was elected Vice President of the National Council of Churches of the USA.
In 1993 and 1994 Dr. Chavis served as the Executive Director and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
In 1995, Dr. Chavis was the National Director and organizer of the Million Man March. From 1995 to 1997, Chavis was the Executive Director and CEO of the National African American Leadership Summit (NAALS).
Website - http://drbenjaminfchavisjr.wix.com/drbfc
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/benjamin.chavis
Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hU38P9Suwo#t=308
Andrea Brunais is a journalist with more than 20 years in the field. After a career as a prizewinning reporter, editor, and opinion writer, she now works in higher-ed communications. She served on the editorial boards of The Tallahassee Democrat (then Knight-Ridder) and The Tampa Tribune (then Media General) and edited the Creative Loafing chain's alternative weekly in Sarasota.
As a journalist she won first-place awards from the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association, the Florida Press Club, Florida Academy of Trial Lawyers and the Florida Medical Association, as well as a Robert Kennedy Journalism Award for investigative reporting. She is the co-author of a book on media relations, I See Your Name Everywhere! Her first novel, Night of the Litani, set in Lebanon, received widespread critical acclaim.
Mercedes Wore Black: Florida Politics. The only thing predictable is the unpredictability. When Janis is fired from her job at the newspaper, she focuses on the causes that matter to her. The environment and the economy. That embroils her in the 2014 election. When her good friend Mercedes encounters danger and is brutally murdered, Janis begins to investigate. She finds herself in a political maelstrom of big money, lottery, and interests with opposing goals. Joe Guidry, Opinion Editor at The Tampa Tribune writes; "Fast-paced, exquisitely written, Mercedes Wore Black vividly depicts the underbelly of the newspaper industry and the all-too-real shenanigans of those who are ever willing to sacrifice Florida's natural treasures"
Southern Yellow Pine Publishing: http://www.syppublishing.com/
Sunny Frazier trained as a journalist and wrote for a city newspaper, military and law enforcement publications. After working 17 years with the Fresno Sheriff's Department, 11 spent as Girl Friday with an undercover narcotics team, it dawned on her that mystery writing was her real calling. Both “Fools Rush In” and “Where Angels Fear” are based on actual cases with a bit of astrology, a habit Frazier has developed over the past 42 years. To learn more, go to http://www.sunnyfrazier.com
Duann Kier is a spiritual intuitive or a psychic whose life path has carried her from Christian fundamentalism to the belief that spiritual revelations are ongoing and can be received by all. Trusting that the teacher will come when the student is ready, Duann actively engages individuals in the process of finding and following their own spiritual path. She is known for her high energy and sense of humor, and has over 25 years experience in training and development. While serving as Organizational Development Specialist at Coastal Carolina Community College in Jacksonville, North Carolina, Duann was Educator of the Year. She created the Personal and Professional Development Center in North Carolina as well as the Career Consultation Center at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro. She also served as Program Director for the YWCA of Middle Tennessee in Nashville where she won multiple state and national awards.
Duann obtained the Master of Religious Education degree from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and is an ordained minister. She has worked for a Southern Baptist college, church and newspaper as well as for the Southern Baptist Convention. Fondly known as a skeptical psychic because she continuously examines her intuitive gift and knows it does not make her infallible, Duann offers private and confidential spiritual or psychic readings known as Seer Sessions. She also performs weddings and other sacraments.