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16 Jan 2013

Coalition Announces End to “All My Babies Mamas” Oxygen Show

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PTC Applauds Coalition of Activists for Successful End to Oxygen’s “All My Babies’ Mamas” LOS ANGELES (January 16, 2013) – Today the Parents Television Council hailed the decision by the Oxygen cable network to halt further development of “All My Babies’ Mamas”. The reality program was being developed by the NBCUniversal-owned cable network ...

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12 Aug 2012

Black Radio On Notice

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Black Radio, you’re on notice: Do Your Historical Duty on the issue of getting out the Vote in 2012 By Joseph Haynes Davis The Tampa Bay Times and are reporting that In a 630-page sworn deposition recorded over two days in late May 2012, Florida’s former Republican Party chairman Jim Greer makes the claim, under oath, ...

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11 Jul 2012

Keke Palmer: Says No To Pay For Play

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Brandi Worley KeKe Palmer made an appearance on BET’s 106&Park yesterday to premier her new video “You Got Me.” The 18-year-old looked stunning in a white dress and tan heels. She did everything right on the show, she sounded good, appealed to the audience and did what artists before her would do: promoted her new project, ...

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10 May 2012

Michael Baisden is dead wrong about black radio

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It's hard to understand what Black radio should be when it's been missing for years. After the demise of legendary WRKS-FM in New York, Michael Baisden has been on air petitioning listeners for a spot on WBLS-FM, New York's remaining Black adult format. Baisden, while correct on the silencing of black voices on radio, is dead ...

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