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Serena Williams Remains Victorious
Police Charge Man for OJ's Heisman Theft
Blake on Tennis
Rape Trial Set to Begin for Ex-Colts Player
Ex-wrestler 'Superfly' Charged in 1983 Murder
Patrick Ewing Jr. Joins Georgetown Hoop Staff
Tyrod gets the Nod
Kirk Cousins to Start Season as 'Skins QB
Serena Chasing History
Black College Football Weekly 2015: Week 1
An NBA Giant Passes
BCF 2K15 Outlook
Vick Signs with Steelers
Robert Mathis Back on Colts Practice Field
NFL Top Pick Shines
Chris Carter Apologizes for 'Fall Guy' Remark
Jordan Awarded $8.9M in Lawsuit Over Name Use
No Playoffs for Tiger
Pirates Activate 3B Josh Harrison from D.L.
Baylor Player Convicted of Sexual Assault
Ghost of Tiger's Past
Giants Receiver Cruz Not Worried About Injury
Big Loss for Carolina
Rep. Lee on Black Lives Matter Issues
Serena Williams Wins Cincinnati Opener
The Hero and the Goat
Burress Working on Deal in Tax Evasion Case
College Athletes Denied Chance to Unionize
Day Breaks Tiger's Record
Jets QB Geno Smith Has Surgery on Broken Jaw
LeBron to Pay Akron U. Tuition for Students
Enemkpali Sorry for Punching Former Teammate
No-Hitter in Seattle
Talks Continue After 'Deflategate' Hearing
Hometown Honor for Ali
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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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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 AURN.com. 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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