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Black Radio ... Winner Takes All: America's 1st Black DJs (2002)

by Marsha Washington George

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Black-oriented radio emerged after World War II. Full time programming from sun-up to sun-down; blues, spirituals, rhythm and blues replaced jazz as the primary form of music. These improvising "street rapping" Disc Jockeys dominated the airwaves. Welcome to Black Radio...Winner Takes All! ( )
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The story of America's 1st Black DJs. An autobiographical historical piece which covers their careers from 1929 to the 1960's when FM changed the whole stream of operation.
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