Barbershop Talk 2 "The Importance of Independent Black Owners in Media"
WASHINGTON, Aug 01, 2005, 10:00 a.m. -
ReddingNewsReview.com invites you to Barbershop Talk 2
"The Importance of Independent Black Owners in Media" this Saturday Aug. 6 from 4 p.m. to 6
p.m. at the Apex Museum on 135 Auburn Avenue.
Redding News Review, the radio show and Web site, is a program heard every first Monday at 11:15 p.m. on WRFG's "PeopleTalk" with host Angelique, and 13 other stations across America.
Barbershop Talk 2 "The Importance of
Independent Black Owners in Media" coincides with The National Association of
Black Journalist Convention's 30th anniversary being held in Atlanta that
The forum will include Africa Channel CEO James Makawa; Mike Roberts, owner of Robert's Communications, Inc.; Denise Rolark-Barnes, owner of the Washington (D.C.) Informer; LaFontaine Oliver, program director of XM Radio's "The Power" and Redding News Review editor and publisher and radio host Rob Redding. The mission is to help bring together the estimated 5,000 visiting journalist; local radio listeners and Web readers; and black media entrepreneurs to talk about media ownership.
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