National Black Radio Hall of Fame's Constituents are actively involved in the field of Radio Broadcasting

 

 

 

Our Team

National Black Radio Hall of Fame Board  Members

Bernie Hayes

Founder and President of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame

 

 

Specialties

Radio Broadcasting, Talk Show Host, DJ, News Columnist, Media Professor and Television Talk Show Host.  (Radio career began in 1950).

 

 

Uvee Hayes

Co-Founder and Vice President of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame

 

 

Specialties

Entertainer, Performance and International Recording Artist; public school Psychologist.

Edie B. Anderson

Board Member of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame

 

 

Specialties

WESL Radio Known on the airwaves as Edie Bee.

 

 

 

Thomas Anderson

Board Member of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame

 

Specialties

President LMB Network 16 radio affiliates.  Vice President Magnatar Records Indie Record Label.  Op Mgr/Field Producer Brewer Production, BET, MTV, "Boomerang"

 

 

Jimmie Calmese

Board Member of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame

 

 

Specialties

Businessman, Graphic Designer and Community Activist.

 

 

 

Doug Eason

Board Member of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame

 

 

Specialties

WESL Radio/Praise 1490 Former Radio/TV Instructor St. Louis Public Schools. Former Manager of KATZ-AM St. Louis and owner of a Mobile, Ala. Station.

 

Marlene Glover

Board Member of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame

 

 

Specialties

Educator, Corporate Executive

 

 

 

Dr. Ron Gregory

Board Member of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame

 

 

Specialties

Educator and Notre Dame Track Star (Dick Gregory's brother)

 

 

 

Bob Hansman

Board Member of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame

 

 

Specialties

Author, Architect, University Professor

 

 

Sam Moore

Board Member of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame

 

 

Specialties

Mr. Sam Moore is Alderman for St. Louis Ward 4

 

 

 

Dr. Robert Salter aka Scottie Lawrence

Board Member of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame

 

 

Specialties

Pharmacist and University Professor

 

 

Marsha Washington George

2nd Vice President of the National Board of the National Black Radio Hall of Fame and President of the Southeastern Region.

 

 

Specialties

Author, America's only African American Female Radio Historian, Former Chairperson of the National Broadcasting Professionals Coalition of Radio. Atlanta, Ga.

 

 

Don Cody - National Black Radio Hall of Fame Central Florida Chapter President.

 

Don Cody - is a highly respected, seasoned radio veteran with over 30 years in the broadcast industry.  He has managed top radio stations in St. Louis, Charlotte, Little Rock, Tampa, Norfolk and other major cities.  Don founded Moses Media, Inc.  Throughout the years, Moses Media, Inc. has become a Major Media Conglomerate working with clients such as; Michael Jackson, Alicia Keys, Lil' Wayne, Mariah Carey, 50 Cent, Prince, Ciara, Boyz II Men, Kanye West, Beyonce, Ludacris, Future, Rick Ross, Nicki Manaj and many, many more.

 

 

Joyce Coffman - National Black Radio Hall of Fame Huntsville - Decatur, Alabama Chapter President.

 

Started working at Alabama A&M University for WJAB in 1999 with the Blues at Midnight Show.  Joyce's first love was Gospel; but, Mavis Staples once told her in an interview that Gospel and Blues are 1st cousins; and, that's why she loves both of her shows... Chariots to Glory on Sunday from 12-3pm and on weekends "The Weekend Edition of Sophisticated Sassy Soul Blues Saturday" from 4-8pm.

 

 

Bill Gay - National Black Radio Hall of Fame. Atlanta Region Facility Manager. 

 

Coming on board as the Atlanta Region Facility Manager is  Dr. William Gay.  His valuable experiences include Radio DJ Personality on various radio stations.  Classroom Instructor at the Elkins Institute School of Broadcasting and Supervisor Television Engineer with the Georgia Department of Education. Executive Producer of the Georgia Department of Education Television Entertainment Special “Atlanta International” which broadcast on the statewide ten station network, Georgia Public Television, Radio and Television Commercials, Clark Atlanta University Radio Personality “Bill Gay the Love Doctor” Heart and Soul Oldies Show , Creator and Executive Producer Director/Host  Nouveau 1991 – 92  A Public Affairs Television Series for WPBA Channel 30, for the City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs, “B.J. and Friends” a Arts and Entertainment Special for WXIA 11 Alive NBC Affiliate, and Japan Fest ’88 a Intercultural Television Special also for the City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs.  Dr. Gay has produced a variety of educational, news, public affairs, Arts and Entertainment, Commercials, Radio and Television featured programs.

 

 

Edward L. Buddy King- National Black Radio Hall of Fame Mid-Western Chapter President.

 

President at Freedom Broadcasting Network.

Former National Promotions at Stax Custom Labels - Stax Records

Owns three radio stations in Saint Maarten, Curaco, Netherlands Antilles and rebuilt the very powerful 500,000 watt Radio Antiles in Montserrat/ Antiqia West Indies.

 

 

 

 

Felesha Love.  Director of Development for the NBRHOF.  This thirty year broadcasting veteran is CEO of MySpiritFitness Management Group, LLC which is the company bringing you a cutting edge public affairs talk show called 

"The Felesha Love Show," in addition to, "The My Spirit Fitness Wellness Movement Showswhere she is known as the "Two-Minute Manager" for hosting powerful two-minute, edu-tainment informercials.  Felesha masterfully merges her expertise in two parallel careers as an On Air Personality and wellness educator,

formerly a Spelman College faculty member. Broadcasting professionally since 1986, Felesha launched her career in St. Louis at WESL, Z100 before co-hosting several morning shows at KISS 104 and HOT 97.5 in Atlanta in the 90's.

After leaving iHeart Radio in 2014, Felesha joined 1015 The VIBE to write and produce her syndicated talk shows .

 

 

 

Jerry Mason - National Black Radio Hall of Fame Jackson, Ms. Chapter President.

 

The Boogie Report at Mason Media Services.

Past: Blues and Station Manager WJBE Radio.  Jackson, Ms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Black Radio Hall of Fame Board Associates

 

Tori Bailey - General Manager at WZZA Radio-Muscle Shoals Broadcasting.

(Station is owned by the Bailey family).

W.C. Handy Music Festival is one of Tori Bailey's Annual Events.

Florence, Alabama

 

 

 

 

Jewel Carter - Formerly of iHeart Media in Charlotte, NC. Author, Voice Over Talent, Radio Personality.

Shanghai, China

 

 

 

Shirley Ellis - IHeart Media/ Macon radio station WRVB V 101.7. For 28 years she has served as the Station Manager for the Fort Valley State University campus television & radio stations WFVS TV 10 and WFVS 96.9 FM. (Pictured here with Melba Moore).

Ft. Valley, Ga. and Macon, Ga.

 

 

 

Mitch Faulkner - 102.9 FM. Founder/Producer MLMI Creative Services - Extensive Radio Broadcasting Voice Over Experience.

Atlanta, Ga. 

 

 

 

Kevin Koolin Fox - President at Affirmative Media Partners, LLC.  WLRM Southern Soul AM 1380.

Memphis, Tennessee

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paula G is a radio personality and host of "The Paula G Show" on Survival Radio Network. The show seeks to expand the mindset through worldwide conversations. Paula G also Co-hosts “The Quiet Storm w/ Paula G and Jerry Royce Live on Friday evenings on Positive Power 21 Christian Media. She can also be heard on the LMB Network out of New York.

 

 

Tim Greene - Radio Personality and film writer, producer and director. Tim kicked off his promotional tour for his new kids TV/Radio Network that will debut in over 150 countries worldwide in the fall of this year.  Tim is in  Charlotte, N.C.

 

 

Alan Johnston

The Music Specialist - 3 Decades of progressive experience in all aspects of the Music Industry. 

Atlanta, Ga.

 

 

 

Eric Jones - Chairman of World Wide Radio Network AM 1620

                   "Your Home For Classic Hip Hop and R&B"

Pocono, Pennsylvania Chapter.

 

David C. Linton - Living Legends Foundation and Music Industry Consultant.

Atlanta, Ga.

 

 

 

Charles Mitchell - Former Radio Announcer at Cox Media Group - WALR KISS 104.1 . Owner of www.1015thevibe.com Broadcast Station.

Atlanta, Ga.

Khalile Thomas -  Voice Over Artist, Animation, Audio Books, Business Projects, Documentaries, Educational Teaching Projects, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Music, Radio, Telephone and Television.  Currently is the NBRHOF Kids Drop the MIC and Voice Over Trainer.

 

 

 

 

George Threatt - Has been Program Director for WIBB, WXFM, WXKO until 1995; afterwards, he joined WVKX as Operations Manager in 1995 and is still working the afternoon drive from 3pm to 7pm Monday thru Saturday. He was also past President of the YBPC for two years.

Macon, Ga.

 

 

 

Tylon Washington -  Go-Pro Radio. New York City Department of Education. Documentary - Disappearing Voices, The Decline of Black Radio.

New York, NY

 

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