Tag: African American


SiriusXM’s Joe Madison’s 52-Hour Marathon Broadcast

SiriusXM today announced that Joe Madison will host a special 52-hour broadcast of his show, Joe Madison The Black Eagle, in an effort to break the Guinness World Record for the longest marathon hosting of a radio talk show. SiriusXM…


New Black Film and TV Agents Open Shop in Atlanta

So great to see black people getting more involved in all aspects of TV and Film production. Congrats to these two young men.  Next Generation Talent Agents Tay Smith and Christopher Young Celebrate Black History Month at J Pervis Talent Agency as The South’s…



BLACK HISTORY MONTH IS CELEBRATING HER! ON CAFÉ MOCHA Radio Show spotlights women making strives Past and Present  With #CelebrateHer Series CHICAGO, IL. (February 4, 2015) – The Café Mocha™ radio show kicks off Black History Month with an innovative series honoring women…


KPRS Hires Kim Brown and moves up John Blaze to mornings for

KPRS Hires Kim Brown and moves up John Blaze to mornings for “The A.M. Mayhem Morning Show” KPRS/HOT 103 JAMZ in Kansas City has hired veteran jock, Kim Brown, as the new morning co–host, and moves John Blaze to mornings…


Internationally Acclaimed “Faceless Paintings” artist Annie Lee Dies

Annie Lee Leaves Legacy of Iconic Artwork Internationally Acclaimed Artist Known for Her “Faceless Paintings” Portraying Culture and Emotion Passed Away (November 24, 2014 Henderson, NV) Internationally acclaimed artist, Annie Lee, known for her unique ability to celebrate African American…

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Anthony Anderson Talks The American Dream

Black-ish Star Anthony Anderson recently stopped by The Whoolywood Shuffle to visit DJ Whoo Kid. With the reviews and ratings shooting through the roof, Anthony talks about ABC taking a huge risk by airing the show, where the concept of…


Don’t Call Raven Symone African American or Gay

There are black people who will be extremely offended by this but think about what she is saying. She doesn’t want to be boxed in. In America we LOVE to label people so that we can put them in a…


RF Black History Question of the Day

In honor of black history we will pose a question every day for the month of February. 1. Who was the first black player in the National Basketball Association? (CLICK Next FOR THE ANSWER)


Postal Service to Release New Stamps Honoring Shirley Chisholm

As the nation prepares to observe Black History Month, the Postal Service is proud to announce that on Jan. 31 former Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm will become the 37th honoree in the Black Heritage stamp series. Chisholm was the first African…


Legendary Broadway and Five Heartbeats Actor Chuck Patterson Dies

Radio Facts is sad to report that legendary actor, Chuck Patterson, who most of us know as “Jimmy” from Robert Townsend’s “The Five Heartbeats” died two days before Christmas. Patterson, who was living in Harlem, was highly responsible and helped…