Posts Tagged “radio”

Beyond the Beltway Radio panel tackles North Korea threat

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Beyond the Beltway Radio panel tackles North Korea threat

Beyond the Beltway Radio panel tackles North Korea threat The weekly Sunday radio show Beyond the Beltway, hosted by veteran political writer and commentator Bruce DuMont, tackles the frightening issue of the rising threats of North Korea’s tyrant Kim Jong Un. Panelists included Asian specialist Karl Friedhoff of the Chicago Council of Global Affairs who has…

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Notes on the UNITY Chicago Conference

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Notes on the UNITY Chicago Conference

Notes on the UNITY Chicago Conference UNITY: Journalists for Diversity will be holding a regional conference in Chicago on Friday Oct. 21. Here are notes on my remarks and information on the speakers in my panel and the schedule of the day’s events. PROGRAM UNITY: Journalists for Diversity in partnership with Loyola University has opened registration…

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Hanania joins DuMont on Radio Sunday Aug 14 on national politics

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Hanania joins DuMont on Radio Sunday Aug 14 on national politics

Hanania joins DuMont on Radio Sunday to discuss national politics Southwest Community News Group syndicated columnist Ray Hanania joins host Bruce DuMont on Beyond the Beltway Radio Sunday, August 14 on WCGO 1590 AM Radio and on Sirius XM Radio POTUS Politics Channel 124 from 6 until 8 pm. To join the discussion, call 1-800-723-8289. You can…

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Profile: Yahala Voice Radio, bringing America’s Arabs together

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Profile: Yahala Voice Radio, bringing America’s Arabs together

Profile: Yahala Voice Radio, bringing America’s Arabs together By Ray Hanania There have been many efforts to launch a successful radio program for the Arab community but none has been as successful as Yahala Voice, a new radio station that is broadcast internationally online 24 hours each day and also on local Chicago radio on…

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HANANIA: Imus Factor exposues flaws in American media principles, For Immediate Release, 11-17-07

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The “Don Imus” factors exposes flaws in American media principles By Ray Hanania — When syndicated radio and MSNBC talk show host Don Imus expressed racist comments about African American members of the Rutgers Woman’s basketball team, he was immediately censored and forced to apologize. Imus, now more sensitive to racist rhetoric against Blacks, returns…

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