Sunday, March 21, 2021

BOSTON BLACK NEWS IS GROWING AS A NEWS SOURCE IN BOSTON Boston, MA (BOSTON BLACK NEWS) March 2021

  

BOSTON BLACK NEWS

670 Washington Street

Dorchester, MA. 02124

617-282-0685

bostonblacknews@gmail.com

www.bostonblacknews.com

617-283-9561

 

 

MEDIA ADVISORY

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   3-20-21

 

 

CONTACT:    RENEE WISE, 617-283-9561

 

BOSTON BLACK NEWS IS

GROWING AS A NEWS SOURCE IN BOSTON

Boston, MA (BOSTON BLACK NEWS) - It is Friday morning and Pastor Bruce Wall, CEO and Founder of Boston Praise Radio & TV, is on the air at 6 am with his two-hour Morning Inspiration Radio, TV, Social Media and Internet broadcast. He airs on 31-different media platforms locally, nationally and worldwide.

 

At 8 AM he is joined by Ron Bell with their Morning Crew Broadcast starts off with Pastor Wall and Ron being humorous and then moving into a serious  dialogue on the morning news.

 

From 9 am to 1 pm the station then turns into Boston Black News with Ron Bell airing from 9 am to 11 am, Leon Rock airing from 11 am to 12 pm from Washington, DC and James Leveque, airing from Boston from 12 pm to 1 pm.

 

More men and women will be joining this broadcasting news team in the coming weeks.

 

Pastor Wall said he is reaching out to Boston Magazine, Politico, Commonwealth Magazine and other daily newspapers, along with reporters, to ask them to join the Boston Black News team.

 

Pastor Wall said, "Boston Black News is for us, by us and about us.”

 

He is hoping to start the news segment on Fridays and then move to five days a week.

 

Ron Bell is inviting Boston Mayoral candidates and City Council candidates to be interviewed on Boston Black News.

 

Ron said, "We are also asking local and national Black leaders to appear in our newsroom."

 

Pastor Bruce Wall stated, "There are Black print and electronic news media men and women in the city but they work for white-owned newspapers and television stations."  He went on to say, we are a church-based, Black-owned FCC Licensed FM Radio, Roku-TV, Apple-TV, Social Media and Internet Multi-Media Network bringing the news to our people, from our perspective without a negative or ignorant bias slant that portrays Black people in a negative light.

 

The telephones are lighting up on Fridays when many people call to discuss the current news stories and to gain a deeper insight into the news that is being aired on Boston Black News.

 

Something new is happening in Boston and  he news is now being communicated by Black people, and some white reporters, who care about the people and issues that they are reporting about.

 

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