Angela Stribling

With her distinctive voice, appealing beauty, smoldering spirit and a heart with room enough for all, she’s internationally adored and a precious jewel of the Nation’s Capital. Angela Stribling has arrived at a place in her career akin to an Empress of Media. She has indelibly captivated eyes, ears and imaginations in her roles as Influencer, television host, radio broadcaster, eveningnews anchorwoman and voiceover professional. She is remembered for her class and grace served daily on Black Entertainment Television (BET). Angela's fans can hear during the wee hours of the morning as host of the sexy midnight radio program called Pillow Talk with Angela. Angela's talents know no bounds, she has already recorded two albums: the dynamic nightclub document Angela Stribling...Live (captured at the historic Blue Note in New York) and her studio recording from Tokyo, Japan (featuring special guest NAJEE on flute), a 9-song standards CD that is a luscious swing from Van Morrison’s “Moon Dance” to Horace Silver’s “Senor Blues!” Angela is also in training for her Private Pilot’s license, Angela Stribling is, literally, soaring to higher heights in all aspects of her amazing life. Angela can be heard Midnights on The Adult Mix, 96.3 WHUR and Sirius/XM Channel 141.

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Bobby Gailes

Bobby is the producer of the syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Show heard weekday mornings from 6am – 10am. He can also be heard on the weekends as the host of the “Weekend Review” on WHUR 96.3 and on Sirius/XM Channel 141 and on WHUR-World. Bobby is also the host of “The New Artist Feature” also airing on Sirius/XM Channel 141.

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Bremante Bryant

Bremante Bryant is a journalist whose covered news and sports for over two decades. He has reported on stories as diverse as murder trials, political elections, healthcare, soldiers returning home from war, the NFL, the NBA, and NHL Stanley Cup and NCAA basketball national championships. He currently serves as a reporter and fill-in host for WHUR-FM, 96.3 in Washington, DC, and is a frequent panelist on Reporter’s Notebook, which airs on WRC-TV/NBC4 in Washington, DC.

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Darryl Haley

There’s more to Darryl Haley than just an ex-pro football player. Much more. After his playing days with the New England Patriots, Darryl successfully ventured into areas such as the Ironman Triathlon, personal training, bed and breakfast ownership and of course, radio. He can be heard on WHUR giving Daily Fitness Tips that help listeners take better care of themselves with valuable nutrition and wellness information. When he’s not on the air or at the Darryl Haley Bed and Breakfast in Luray, VA, he can be found pursuing his other passions, motorcycles and bass fishing.

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EZ Street

EZ Street knew early in his college career that he was destined to be a D.J. As an undergraduate student at Kansas State University, EZ served as program director and a radio personality of the on-campus radio station KSDB. During this time, EZ was instrumental in developing the station’s distinctive Urban Contemporary format. Just eight months after graduating from KSU with a degree in Radio and Television Broadcast, EZ was offered his first full time radio gig at 100.3 JAMZ in Dallas, Texas. Armed with his fresh style, concern for the community, and eccentric personality, there is no doubt that EZ put the “easy” in easy listening during his 6pm-10pm-time slot. While in Dallas, EZ broke the arbitron record for evening listeners. It was his record-breaking achievements and exceptional radio presence that caught the eye of Q-102 in Philadelphia. During his evening time slot, EZ brought Q-102 from fourth to first place in one rating period! EZ later left Q-102 to spread his positive energy to the morning listeners of Chicago’s WJPC. In 1995, EZ made the switch to Radio One family. He began in Baltimore and later moved to WKYS FM. After 10 years of the working the afternoon drive (2-6pm) in Washington DC, EZ accepted and afternoon drive position at KBLX in San Francisco. In only 4 months, EZ took his time slot 6th to the 2nd spot in the Bay area but something was missing. 4 months later, April 3, 2006, EZ returned to his original afternoon drive home at 93.9 Kiss fm. EZ’s influence among his listeners, as well as his entrepreneurial spirit has assisted him with many ventures both inside and outside of the studio. Realizing that today’s youth need positive outlets to properly develop and progress, EZ co-founded ‘Circle of Friends’ which is a mentor program for young African American males. EZ founded the Sankofa Essay contest, which was designed to teach youth the importance of learning more about their past, and how history would assist them in their endeavors for the future. EZ also produced the 1st Annual Mother Daughter Double Dutch event, which is an event designed to teach young African American girls the importance of self-esteem and other issues. Every month, EZ dedicates countless hours to public speaking. EZ enjoys giving motivational speeches on topics such as AIDS awareness and prevention, teen pregnancy, conflict mediation, drug and alcohol abuse, racial issues career goals, and the importance of education. Presently, in conjunction with his non-profit organization, “Creative Solutions for Youth,” EZ is organizing the Stop the Violence Task Force Network. The goal of the movement is to help D.C’s youth to find better ways to resolve their problems without resorting to violence as well as creating a network of activists and community leaders to help today’s youth excel to their fullest potential.

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George Willborn

Since his first appearance on stage in 1987, George Willborn, who is dubbed as, The Stress Reliever, has brought laughter to the masses with his keen wit and no-holds-barred approach to telling the truth about “what-is-funny.”

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Harold Fisher

Harold T. Fisher is a broadcast journalist and author. He is currently the host of the news/talk program, “The Daily Drum” on WHUR-FM and H-U-R Voices, Sirius/XM Channel 141. Highlights of his journalism campaigns include the aftermath of the earthquake in Port Au Prince, Haiti; coverage of the 2008 Democratic and Republican conventions; the Jena 6 protests in central Louisiana; the Midwestern floods of 1994 and hurricane Andrew in 1992.

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Jacquie Gales Webb

Jacquie Gales Webb is a Peabody award-winning producer, performer and host of the number one Sunday Afternoon Gospel music program on 96.3 WHUR. Ms. Webb marked her twenty-fifth year of providing her special mix of inspirational music on WHUR in 2015. The Indiana University Archives of African American Music and Culture established the Jacquie Gales Webb Collection in 2016. It is a repository for collected papers and production materials related to her career. The collection provides a resource for scholarly research and course development on media and music history and has been a resource for books, publications, and an online exhibit on the Golden Age of Black Radio for the Google Cultural Institute. In 2014, Webb was inducted into the WERS Hall of Fame at her alma mater Emerson College for her broadcasting career achievements. The National Convention of Gospel Choirs and Choruses presented Ms. Webb with a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012 for continuous service and support of gospel music. She was also named by the Washington Examiner newspaper as one of the top ten “movers and shakers in gospel music” in the Washington metropolitan area. Her performance and body of work in the gospel music industry was instrumental in WHUR receiving the 2009 Stellar Award for Major Market Station of the Year. Gales Webb produced two gospel music CD compilations for Time Life and is a featured gospel music expert in the Magnolia Pictures film documentary “Rejoice and Shout.” Her other awards include the George Foster Peabody Award from the University of Georgia and the Alfred I. Dupont silver baton from Columbia University for the radio documentary “Black Radio: Telling It Like It Was”, and six local EMMY Awards and 14 nominations from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Jacquie Gales Webb currently serves on community advisory boards for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, the Foundation for the Advancement of Music Education and the Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts. She served on the national alumni board of Emerson College for six years and is currently president of the DC Emerson alumni chapter. She also served as vice president of the national Capitol area chapter of the Alliance for Women in Media and on the board of the Prince Georges County, Maryland Arts and Humanities Council.

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Jeff Brown

Born in Baltimore, raised in Annapolis and New York, Jeff Brown is the second eldest of five children. From early childhood Jeff loved music, singing for his family and the girls in elementary school. An accomplished trumpeter, guitarist and drummer, Jeff also excelled in sports. He earned a basketball scholarship to college where he majored in mass communication – radio & TV. Which led to an internship at a small AM radio station in Annapolis. Jeff’s talents took over from there. Fast forward to today where Jeff Brown as been the host of the original Quiet Storm at WHUR for the past six years.

Joe Gorham

First generation Washingtonian, Air Personality/Music Director for HUR-VOICES SiriusXM 141 and WHUR-WORLD 96.3 HD2. A graduate of Barnard Elementary, Charles Lewis Rabaut Jr. High, Theodore Roosevelt Senior High (RIDER4LIFE) and the University of the District of Columbia. B.S Degree in Library Instructional Systems Technology. Served honorably in the United States Army.

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