In 2005, a nationally syndicated television show, The Tom Joyner Show, was launched with Joyner as emcee of a one-hour comedy/variety show, combining sketch comedy featuring the Tom Joyner Show Players (his co-hosts from the radio show), talent contests, and musical performances by such artists as Earth, Wind and Fire, Brian McKnight, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds and Toni Braxton. The show attracted advertisers such as McDonalds, Chrysler Corporation, WalMart and Southwest Airlines. (more…)
Nia Noelle became interested in the field of broadcasting during her sophomore year of high school. She auditioned and was selected as District Spokesperson of Norman High School’s Channel 29. She found herself totally enmeshed in the area of media by learning to deliver news packages and hosting a weekly news broadcast. Upon graduation Nia Noelle, enrolled in the William Fulbright School of Arts in Broadcasting Journalism at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Her focus was primarily on television broadcasting but noticed there was a void at the university. She was instrumental in the launching of UATV Jamz and KXUA-FM. Nia Noelle became the Director of Multicultural Affairs at UATV and hosted a mainstream urban show at KXUA-FM. In May 2006, Nia Noelle got the call to come home to her birth state of Ohio and join the family at WCKX-FM Power 107.5. After many years of success at Power 107.5, Nia was able to take her talents to WXMG Magic 106.3 as the new face of the station as it set its sites on reaching new audiences. Nia Noelle’s long term professional goal is to grow by working with experienced professionals that take a hands-on approach with their teams to achieve the organization’s goals. Nia Noelle has also made plans to venture into other avenues of media in the near future.