Monthly Archive: December 2016

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Laurence Fishburne, Larenz Tate Team Up for ‘Bronzeville’ Podcast

The 10-part audio series set in 1940s Chicago will begin streaming in January. Laurence Fishburne and Larenz Tate have joined forces for a new 10-part podcast called Bronzeville, which will begin streaming in January. Written by Josh Olsen, an original screenplay Oscar nominee for 2005’s A History of Violence, the series is set in the […]

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Destination Freedom

ichard Durham created Destination Freedom which premiered on June 27, 1948 on Chicago radio WMAQ to battle the perception of the African American Society as defined by White Supremacists groups. Durham asked for nothing...

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LifeAfter is General Electric’s New Podcast

GE Podcast Theater is an experimental partnership in branded podcast production between General Electric, Panoply, and the BBDO advertising agency. GE Podcast Theater has launched a new podcast called LifeAfter.  It comes after the first GE Podcast Theater podcast, The Message, but is not a sequel. LifeAfter is a 10 episode thriller. The main character is Ross, […]

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Free Christmas Audiobook, The Book of Luke

LearnOutLoud.com Review Download The Book of Luke from the King James Version of the New Testament Bible. The Book of Luke is the third and by far the longest of the four synoptic Gospels that chronicle the life of Jesus Christ. Luke’s account is divided into three parts; the first detailing the circumstances surrounding Christ’s […]

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The Lone Ranger

956 Radio Episodes of the classic Lone Ranger Radio Show were broadcast starting in 1933 along with 221 Television Episodes and multiple Movies making The Lone Ranger one of the most iconic figures in...

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Invisible Man

Author Ralph Ellison Narrator Joe Morton Publisher Random House Audio <!– Author Ralph Ellison <!– Narrator Joe Morton <!– Publisher Random House Audio <!– –> Unabridged Edition Running Time 18 Hrs. 30 Min. Description Ralph Elllison’s Invisible Man is a monumental novel, one that can well be called an epic of modern American Negro life. […]

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This Week it’s Archie Andrews

rchie Andrews began on the NBC Blue Network on May 31, 1943, switched to Mutual in 1944, and then continued on NBC radio from 1945 until September 5, 1953. The program’s original announcer was...