MEET MR. BOBBY WONDER IN SELMA AT THE IBBA VOTER ID PANEL SATURDAY MARCH 8, 2014 PERFORMING ARTS CENTER AT 10AMMarch 7, 2014
Bobby Wonder is the new PD of The New Hip Hop 106.5, Columbus, Ga. The station launched Christmas Eve. Bobby is connected again with Harry Lyles of the Lyles Media Group as they both worked together at Kiss 104.1 Atlanta. When it comes to consultants, most know Harry’s track record speaks volumes and I thank him for his support and the second time around. Bobby also thanks, operations manager Dave Arwood, and Owner/GM Jim Martin, to whom he is grateful and appreciative of this new opportunity of a very fast growing radio station since Christmas Eve.
Prior to the new position Wonder was at Cumulus’ WHRP/ UAC Huntsville, AL doing afternoons.Uncategorized | Leave a comment
MEET MS.DORRISSA GRIFFIN IN SELMA AT THE IBBA VOTER ID PANEL SATURDAY MARCH 8. 2014 10AM AT THE PERFORMING ARTS CENTERMarch 7, 2014
Dorrissa D. Griffin, Esq. is Chief of Staff and Staff Counsel for MMTC where she serves in a managerial and advisory capacity. She also provides legal counsel in FCC rulemaking proceedings and related litigation. She takes great pride in advocating for diversity and inclusion in the media and telecommunications industries. Dorrissa also represented MMTC as a part of the Broadband Opportunity Coalition (BBOC), a partnership of the leading civil rights organizations recognizing the importance of bringing digital opportunities to minority communities. As committee member of BBOC, Dorrissa directly assisted with the Connect Today, Change Your Tomorrow campaign to reach the 100 million Americans that have not yet adopted broadband. Dorrissa was admitted to the Florida bar in 2011 and graduated Florida A&M University College of Law that same year. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of West Florida in Business Administration with a specialization in Global Marketing in 2006. She is a member of the Federal Communications Bar Association, Christian Legal Society, and the American Bar Association. She is also a volunteer attorney for the Florida State Conference – NAACP.Uncategorized | Leave a comment February 21, 2014
International Black Broadcasters Association is proud to announce in commemoration of The 49th Anniversary of the Historic Bloody Sunday March, The IBBA will host an important Broadcasters Panel “ Protecting the Vote “ What Can Black Media Do? On Saturday, March 8, 2014, 10:00 am – 12 noon at the Performing Arts Center in Selma,Alabama.Former Selma Mayor James Perkins will be honored.Concluding Sunday, March 9, 2014 with a Historic March across The Edmund Pettus Bridge. Forty nine years ago, the Edmund Pettus Bridge was the site of a horrific attack on some 600 civil rights demonstrators, traveling from Selma to Montgomery. When the then Alabama governor George Wallace ordered state and local police to stop the march on grounds of public safety, the group was confronted by authorities armed with billy clubs and tear gas in what infamously became known as “Bloody Sunday.”for more details ROBNEAL@IBBAINC.COM