Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Streetwise Radio Welcomes Exposure Ni with Cynthia Austin

Monday-Friday 6pm Pacific Time on  Soul City

 Over the years, God has blessed Cynthia to work at the #1 Radio Station in the markets where she has been employed.  In fact, she was nominated for Who’s Who Among America’s Broadcasters.  
Through Cynthia Austin.com, she provides Radio Stations and Websites with the daily news program Exposure Ni.  She also hosts Adultery Online, Bible Minute, Bible Quiz Radio and has authored a book.  Exposure Ni is a rapidly growing syndicated Radio News Program which can be heard over 150 times daily on Radio Stations across America and around the world.
Cynthia attended the University of Houston and Columbia School of Broadcasting.  She was recently appointed to serve on the Board of Directors for the Elite News National Religious Hall of Fame.  She resides in Arlington, Texas with her two children (the cubs)..

Tuesday, July 13, 2010



Have you heard the saying “Time Does Not Stands Still For Anybody”. Well it sure doesn’t, I can’t hardly believe a year has past and Streetwise Radio is one year old. When Michael told me he was going to start a radio station, I thought that was cool. When Streetwise Radio started, I knew it was going to take off, because Michael was playing music the other stations weren’t.

Michael being the cool DJ that he is, has set his radio station up in categories Ultra Mix, Jazz Café, Big Splif’s 420 Reggae, Soul City and Big Hop. Streetwise Radio has a listener ship all over the world. It’s nice to sit at work and listen to music, it makes the day more enjoyable. My favorites are the Jazz Café from 12-1pm and Soul City 6-7pm. Streetwise Radio caters to the young and the old. If your not listening to Streetwise Radio go to live365.com type in Streetwise Radio or you can listen on iTunes Radio by clicking on R&B. Well Happy Birthday Streetwise Radio and many more to come.


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Sunday, July 11, 2010

Reggae star Sugar Minott dies at 54

Minott died Saturday at the University Hospital of the West Indies in Jamaica's capital, Kingston, his wife Maxine Stowe said Sunday. She did not disclose the cause of death.

Sugar Minott who I met years ago at Reggae Sun Splash was
not only a great Reggae Singer but a Great Person. I remember chanting with him backstage.

Sugar will be missed.

M. Ealey