https://soundcloud.com/whcrnews/harlem-beat-show-11-16-17 Radio Journalism students Jehanzeb Shakoor, Sowaibah Shahbaz & Jasmine Y. Adams host roundtable discussion about the lack of gun control in America and Ralph Chery operates the broadcast board. ” template=”/home2/whcr/public_html/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/ngglegacy/view/gallery.php” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] CCNY student Carlos A. Ramirez talks to CCNY student Lianna Remigio about Super[…]
Radio Journalism class at CCNY Harlem Beat show produced by the Spring 2017 Radio Journalism class topic: Immigration Reform, guest: CUNY Citizenship Now Immigration attorney, Ms. Stephanie Delia. photo credit: Joey Viglietta Listen Now Harlem Beat 4/6/17 The show date is 4-6-17 guest is Stanley Fritz, campaign coordinator[…]
The Love Zone takes you on a ride down memory lane every Friday night from 8pm to midnight with Old School Soul, classics and R&B. This show takes you back to the days when you could turn on your radio and hear music free of profanity and every record had a[…]
The late Daa’iya El Sanusi described First Light as the musical prelude to Gardens of Tranquility and Contemplation that provided guided visualization accompanied by Jazz compositions that convey peace and transcendence. Gardens of Tranquility and Contemplation was conceived, hosted and produced twenty-seven years ago by Mas’ud Tariq Towe, son of[…]
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Click here to listen to Harlem Beat guest Javier Gomez discuss the economic crisis in Puerto Rico with student reporters Rotceh Maldonado & Lynda Ojeda.
This Harlem Beat was produced by the Spring 2016 Radio Journalism class at CCNY on February 25, 2016. Host is Aja Lawrence, Board operator is Zachary Dobson. Interview is conducted by Nicolette Nanton, guests are Lewis Barnes and Kay Pressley from CAAD (City Alliance Against Displacement). Headlines reporter is Jazmin[…]
The staff and management of WHCR-90.3FM mourns the loss of Prince one of the most prolific artists of our time. Tribute To Prince
April 15, 1932 – February 22, 2015 Willie Medina, a resident of El Barrio/East Harlem for many years was a native son of Ponce, Puerto Rico. Willie passed away on February 22, 2015 at Mount Sinai Hospital where he was being treated for diabetes and a heart condition. Throughout his[…]