Charlamagne Tha God. Wendy Williams. Robin Quivers. The names are familiar, but the stories of their trials and triumphs in the radio industry may not be. Amplify Color reveals the empowering and inspirational stories of individuals who left an undeniable impact on the radio industry despite the challenges and battles they faced. Each week, we chronicle the history of Black radio through the story of a trailblazer who made a long-lasting impact on the medium that we know and love today. Hosted by Ryan Cameron, the “voice of Atlanta” and Georgia and Black Radio Hall of Famer.
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Born Lenard McKelvey in the small town of Moncks Corner, South Carolina, Charlamagne tha God has become one of the most important people in the history of radio and TV. His journey wasn’t easy. In this episode we’ll learn how being fired from The Wen... more
Today we know her as an iconic TV host, business woman, writer, comedian, and actress. But Wendy Williams first rose to prominence as New York City’s #1 “Shock Jocktress.” Her journey was filled with hurdles and obstacles. From being one of the few B... more
The Bay Area’s own Sway Calloway began his career as a rapper but all that changed when he landed his first radio gig co-hosting a show on San Francisco’s KMEL. At the time, the Oakland music scene was bubbling up with acts like E-40 and Too Shoot ga... more
Excellent series. I hope you do an episode on Frankie Crocker and the contribution of Buffalo, NY to Black radio.
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Ryan Cameron gives the audience a great understanding and inside of view of black radio and how it has evolved.
It was nice to hear something for our industry made by people from our industry about our contributions to this industry. Solid first episodes.
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Amplify Color launched 4 months ago and published 15 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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