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Finally, Disappearing Voices covers Black radio’s high points and the point at which it took a downward turn. Disappearing Voices explores the current environment and what can be done to turn Black Radio around. The film embarks upon an in-depth exploration of systemic racism, Arbitron, Madison Avenue advertising agencies, Black radio station owners and the National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters, Black Disc Jockeys, Community Organizing and possible solutions to the ailing Black radio industry.

DISAPPEARING VOICES, THE DECLINE OF BLACK RADIO

Black Cinema Club

Thursday 13 August 2015,  7-9pm

@ Carib City – 514 Commercial Road, Limehouse, London E1 0HY

Disappearing Voices – The Decline of Black Radio (2008)

Writer: Iyanna L Jones / Director: U-SAVIOR

Genre: Documentary; Social / Duration:74 Mins

 

Admission

Limited Advanced Tickets

£3 + booking fee 

£5 on the door

 

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