Author: Gregory Johnson

Voter Education is the mission in this critical electoral issue This week, we caught up with California State President-NAACP, Mr. Rick Callender as he share perspective and insight in the upcoming California Gubernatorial Recall Election……

As the world changes, so do people’s media choices. Listeners and viewers are connected globally. Technology has built international bridges of music, arts and culture through its various digital mediums. How has this evolution affected broadcasters? How has the advertising business model changed? What are the opportunities in a global perspective… All this and more […]

Giving Sound to the soul of Activism by Cheryl Morrow/SDMONITORNEWS.COM In 2018 C. Von Parchman and Marty Arnold of 6x Entertainment were searching for something to sink their passion into. So instead of finding something interesting, something found them. Yes, we’re here again! Black Lives Matter is the drum – tone of today, however, in 1787 […]

We’re chatting about the importance of the HBCU, especially at a time such as this. The mechanics of getting your student into the HBCU and how you can directly intersect with an HBCU to enroll….. Dr. Theresa Price is here…….. we’re talking education on Coffee Conversations with Greg J….

Blending the soul of the neighborhoods of Philadelphia with global rhythms of jazz, hiphop and R&B, Jeff Bradshaw is a force to be reckoned with in the indie soul music scene. He was nominated for an NAACP Image Award this year for his first release since 2015, Stronger”… we’re chopping it up about music, awards […]

We continue our commemoration of Women’s History Month with a fantastic panel of sistas who are making seriously influential moves in the radio broadcast business. We will chat about the success… the stresses, the triumphs of their career and what they see as the future of the industry… Coffee Conversations is on… streaming live at […]

Whether its the classic Verzuz battle between Isley Brothers and Earth Wind and Fire or the images and glorious music on display during the recent Grammy Awards, Pop Culture from a black perspective remains the most consumed. From Movies, to TV, to what people are talking about online, we are joined by Renowned media personality […]

Quinci LeGardye | California Black Media Since President Biden’s inauguration, people have been raving about the “riveting” inaugural performance – and equally enchanting Super Bowl appearance — of former Youth Poet Laureate of Los Angeles Amanda Gorman. Beyond her gripping poetry and captivating sense of fashion, another Gorman style that has been catching media attention […]

Round 2 for the #CAReliefGrant is NOW LIVE. New applicants can apply at www.CaReliefGrant.com. Applications will close on February 08th, 2021 at6:00pm PST. Eligible and waitlisted applicants from Round 1 areautomatically rolled over and do not need to reapply. Please note that applying twice can be flagged as fraudand slow your progress. To prepare you […]

This MLK Holiday was deeply impacted by COVID 19 protocols. We were not able to gather for parades and community festivals as we did in the past. This was no different in the City of Long Beach as DreamKreator Studio collaborated with Councilmember Suely Saro of the 6th District in the City of Long Beach […]


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