D.C. radio host Cheryl Jackson talked with Erica Campbell about the Day Without Women initiative.
Erica Campbell comes to the medium of radio from the perspective of a singer, songwriter and performer. She talks about implementing this perspective in a unique way in her approach to hosting her own show, and treating radio ministry as an extension of her music ministry. She talks about expanding the moments she wishes she […]
It’s one thing to host a radio show, but to host a nationally syndicated radio show- that’s a pretty big deal. Erica Campbell shares how much she enjoys being able to communicate with listeners all over the country, and how the experience of hosting a show with such a wide reach has affected her. Check […]
Working in radio is a lot different than other form of entertainment. In her first year as a radio host, Erica Campbell how this medium has taught her new things about communicating and reaching out to people. Erica explains what she has learned about the people she gets to communicate with every morning. Check out […]
I stand with Martese Johnson. There is no excuse for this. @VirginiaABC you should be ashamed. pic.twitter.com/4j3bnfDlBI — UVAProblems (@UVAProbs) March 18, 2015 Earlier today,…
SILVER SPRING, MD, DECEMBER 6, 2013 – Radio One Founder and Chairperson Cathy Hughes issues the following on statement in recognition of the passing of Nelson Mandela. “The…
*Woman pictured in purple with glasses* The first African American woman to own a radio station and operate a television station in the United States has died. Dr. Dorothy Brunson, died Sunday morning at the age of 82 years old. She was the first African American woman to own a radio station with WEBB in […]