BIN To Expand With Local News

iHeart’s Black Information Network will bring local reporting to all 32 affiliate areas in January 2022. Tanita Myers, previously Director of News Operations, is now Vice President of News Operations; Chris Thompson, previously Director of Network Operations, is now Vice President of Network Operations; and Lauren Crawford, previously Associate Editor, is now Senior Director of Digital and Social Strategy.
Expanding its local news coverage will create new employment opportunities including multiple news anchor and reporter positions, a Managing Editor, and a Podcast Managing Editor.
BIN’s Tacoma-Seattle affiliate is 850 KHHO.

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4 thoughts on “BIN To Expand With Local News

  1. The Mutual Black Network (MBN) was founded by the Mutual Broadcasting System in 1972 as the first national full-service radio network aimed at African Americans; it was initially branded as Mutual Reports before the branding change to MBN. With 98 affiliated stations across the United States, including flagship WNJR in New York, the network broadcast an hourly five-minute newscast at 50 minutes past the hour. It also aired sports and feature programs, and for one year beginning in the spring of 1974, a 15-minute daily soap opera called Sounds Of The City. (Wikipedia)

  2. Great. In addition to their national “white people bad” coverage, we also get to “enjoy” their LOCAL “white people bad” coverage.

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