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Lions, Eagles and Seahawks Feast
Black College Football Weekly 2014: Week #14
Philly's Best and Worst
Sixers Still Seeking A Win
Curry Drops 40 on Heat
Curry and the Warriors Go For 6 Straight Wins
A Monday Night Football Doubleheader
Chiefs’ Star Out With Mass in Chest
Red Sox Sign Sandoval
Sunday in the NFL
NFL's Longest Losing Streak Ends
Raiders/Chiefs Kickoff NFL Weekend
Black College Football Weekly 2014: Week #13
First Openly Gay NBA Player Retires
Black Golfer Recognized for Breaking Barriers
13-year-old Mo'Ne Davis to Publish Memoir
NFL Runningbacks Grounded
NFL's Peterson Suspended for Rest of Season
Steelers Run Down Titans 27-24
Atlanta Braves Trade Star Player!
Rams Upset Broncos; Seahawks Lose Again
Black College Football Weekly 2014: Week 12
Rose Suffers Hamstring Injury
Blazers Drop 84 Points in First Half
Kobe Bryant Sets Missed Shots Record
Dirk Passes Hakeem on NBA Scoring List
Tuesday in the Association
Sanchez Leads Eagles over Panthers
Former NFL Safety Orlando Thomas Dies of ALS
Eagles host Cam and the Panthers
A Six-Pack for Aaron Rodgers
Black College Football Weekly 2014: Week #11
Darren Sharper Court Hearing Delayed Again
Grambling State makes it Seven Straight!
Two Black College Football Match-ups Thursday
Grizzlies Claw Their Way to a 5-0 Start
The AURN Newsroom
Ty Miller is Manager of News and Sports for American Urban Radio Networks. Since 1995, Miller has written, produced and anchored Black College Football Weekly, where the show has received numerous accolades. More ...
AURN Sr. News Anchor and Sr. Producer Kim Lampkins is a veteran, multiple award-winning broadcaster. She has interviewed as host of U.S. politicians and dignitaries, from President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, President Jimmy Carter, and President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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April Ryan, White House correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks (AURN), is a 30-year journalism veteran who has worked in that capacity since January 1997. More ...

AURN Afternoon news anchor Vicki Cohill started with the American Urban Radio Network as a news intern in the 80s. The Pittsburgh native juggled her love of news and music acting as a weekend disc jockey for the Network's local affiliate WAMO-FM.

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David Perkins has been a sports anchor at AURN since 2003. Prior to that he was an audio journalist in the late 1990s. More ...
An award-winning audio journalist, De'Saundra Harris has been a part of AURN for close to a decade. In 2010, she received The American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Media Award. More ...
Allegra Johnson is a reporter and audio journalist for AURN. She began her career as a morning news anchor for WAMO-FM in Pittsburgh. More ...
Brian Cook is a national award-winning journalist for the American Urban Radio Networks. He currently serves as the Web Content Coordinator for More ...
Danielle Smith is a veteran audio journalist with American Urban Radio Networks (AURN) the nation's largest African American owned radio network. As an audio journalist, Smith produces national news and sports broadcasts on a daily basis. More ...

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