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Tom Joyner

Founder of the Tom Joyner Foundation and BlackAmericaWeb.com and host of the nationally syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show, Tom Joyner Sr. is considered one of the most influential, inspirational and dynamic personalities in the country. From small, southern Tuskegee, Ala., this 1999 Radio Hall of Fame inductee has ignited a sense of pride in the hearts of 7 million listeners in more than 120 radio markets, instilling in us the significance of unity and giving back to one's community

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Chris Reynolds

Born and raised in Tulsa, Ok., Chris Reynolds knew early in life that his love for music and his family’s involvement in the entertainment industry would lead him in the same direction. During his senior year of high school in 1982, he landed his first job as a weekend air personality on KXOJ. He continued to work in radio while attending college. In 1986, Chris took up residence in Los Angeles, and his broadcasting career continued at Stevie Wonder's KJLH, where he polished his delivery and gained his major market experience

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Jazzy T

They call me Jazzy T! I have been on the radio since I was 18 years old. I started my career at WQHH while getting a degree from Michigan State University in Lansing, Mich. I grew up in Detroit and was blessed with the opportunity to host on WJLB and Mix 92.3 in my hometown! I moved to Hollywood after graduation to work in TV and film and host a mixshow on KJLH. I currently serve as the voice of afternoons here on WBLK. The Jazzy Drive@5 mixshow with DJ Heat is where we break all the new bangers! My mornings and evening are spent as a mother, wife, event host and SAG casting director

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DJ Big Rob

Most DJs can play songs, but it takes a special one to tell a story with the records. That's where DJ Big Rob excels, using his collection of R&B, hip-hop, house, dancehall and top 40 to engage a crowd in an experience they will not forget. When DJ Big Rob is in the building, you know you're in for "The Big Show". Born and raised in Buffalo, DJ Big Rob realized the world could be his stage. That ambition led him to rocking crowds from Toronto to Washington, D.C.,

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ADRI V

Starting as the youngest intern at WBLK, ADRI V, also know as “The Go Getta,” landed the job of her dreams. Born and raised in Buffalo, ADRI V was a talkative little girl with the gift of gab, so it should be no surprise that she sounds like she was born to be on the radio. Her love for music and entertainment began at a very early age and evolved into a career that involved both. ADRI V grew up listening to DJ HukHer and the late Break-a-Dawn, staying glued to the radio and determined to one day be on the other side

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SteelBoutMoney

SteelBoutMoney repersents for the voice of the unheard. Born Jason Dailey in the crime-infested area of Rochester, NY., as a child, every night, young Steel use to sleep with the radio on and dream one day he too would be on it. After completing two years at Monroe Community College (MCC), located in Rochester, as a communications major, Steel transferred to Buffalo State to continue his education. He soon started to write and record his own music, which depicts life's heartaches for a young man growing up in Upstate New York

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DJ Bandana Black

Born and raised in Buffalo, Bandana Black (Rashimee Wilson) always had a passion for music. What began with a young Bandana writing poems and producing music soon led him to be one of the most sought-after DJs in the 716 area. Bandana started off at WBLK through a communications internship for his major at ECC (South). He only needed about two months for class credit, but he was so dedicated that he stayed for nearly a year. After spending so much time around the radio station and getting to see what "the pros" -- DJ Wolf, DJ Stoney and DJ Hassan -- did, he developed a strong interest in becoming a DJ

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ReddRoxx

ReddRoxx’s bubbly personality was a sure fit for the world of communications. She enjoys all aspects of the field, from broadcast radio and television to writing and public relations. After starting college in a nursing program, she soon realized that she wasn't happy in her chosen field. She did some research and soon found herself immersed in the Communications and Media Arts Program at Erie Community College. ReddRoxx's strong love for music peaked her interest in radio and led her to become an intern at 93

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DJ Ed-Nice

The Nicest DJ Ed-Nice is consummate professional with a BA in broadcasting and over 15 years of experience as a club and mobile DJ. Ed-Nice constantly displays the zeal and versatility needed to be able to bring you the finest in hip-hop, R&B, old school, reggae and pop music mixing.

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