Black Girls Radio Launches to Groundbreaking Success
citizen | 2/27/2013, 4:27 p.m.
Black Girls Radio hosted by Political and Entertainment Influencer, Stacii Jae Johnson kicked off last week with celebrity fanfare when the likes of mega-producer, Jazze Pha and Actress Wendy Raquel Robinson dropped in to wish Johnson well while celebrity hairstylist, Derek J and NASCAR's Nicole Lyons were in-studio guests.
Hall of Famer, Deion Sanders' daughter, Deiondra Sanders paid Black Girls Radio a visit on the second show to talk about her new controversial career move with the Atlanta Peaches while Essence Magazine's relationship editor, Charreah Jackson chimed in for the "What Puzzles Me" relationship segment. It's safe to say, Black Girls Radio is off to an exciting start!
Black Girls Radio is a talk radio format concentrated on providing a platform directly focused on all things feminine with a consciousness towards black girls. Show segment features include: The Social-list, What Puzzles Me, Girl Masterminds and For the Record. Airing on WAEC 860 AM on Saturdays from 2pm - 3pm EST, Black Girls Radio will welcome Sister 2 Sister Magazine's Publisher, Jamie Foster Brown as a special guest for the "Girl Masterminds" segment. Jamie is the publisher and sole owner of Sister 2 Sister magazine. She, like many pioneers who have broken new ground, has won numerous accolades as a trailblazer in the entertainment industry. Her talent, tenacity and toughness have made her one of the most prominent African-American women in entertainment journalism and her monthly publication a staple for entertainment industry insiders.
Johnson shares "'Girl Masterminds' is dedicated to empower and pay tribute to women and young ladies nationally and internationally who are trailblazers and history makers in their own right. I have known Jamie Foster Brown for a long time and she's been such a positive role model in my life. I am excited to have her as a supporter and special guest on Black Girls Radio, it's such an honor!"
Embarking on her new role as host of Black Girls Radio, Stacii Jae Johnson got her start as an actress, she co- starred in Martin Lawrence's A Thin Line Between Love and Hate, and How to Be a Player with Bill Bellamy and Bernie Mac. She eventually went on to co-star in various films, television, and stage plays with Will Smith, Charles Dutton, Isaiah Washington, and Eminem. Stacii Jae stepped down from her duties as the Entertainment & Special Events Director in Mayor Reed's office after experiencing media sensationalized public scrutiny that will be shared in an exclusive in the March issue of Sister 2 Sister Magazine. Stacii Jae explains, "Life does not always deal me the hand I want, although most times it's for the best. I am taking the hand dealt to me and finding a way to make it a winning hand."
Stacii Jae is the CEO of Mama Said Productions. Stacii Jae is a graduate of Spelman College, in Atlanta. She sits on the Alliance Theater Advisory Board and the International Music Conference Board.
Black Girls Radio is a weekly program that airs on Saturdays from 2pm - 3pm. Black Girls Radio can be heard on the radio on 860 AM in the car or at home, streaming live directly on the website, or you can listen on your phone, tablet or mobile device with one the streaming apps: iRadioNow, iHeartRadio, and TuneIn. They can be obtained directly from your mobile device or by going to the radio station's website.
Black Girls Radio features celebrity co-hosts with pitches currently being accepted. Archives can be heard by clicking here. All pitches and media inquiries should be addressed to Tamika Morrison/T.MORRISON Agency.