Mike Burke

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  • Sunday 12pm-7pm

Legendary DC Radio/Media Personality Mike Burke is originally from West Palm Beach, Florida, started his radio career while still in high school. A local station, WIRK, put Mike to work on their “High School News” segment as a reporter. After graduation, it was off to Howard University to study Broadcast Management. Mike worked at the student-run campus station WHBC initially as an announcer, then as program director. Burke enjoyed a successful 34-year career in Washington radio working for United Broadcasting Co, Radio Broadcast Communications, Inc., Radio One, Metro Networks and Bonneville International. Recently, a freelance air personality with Howard University’s WHUR and Hubbard Broadcasting’s WTOP, Mike worked in Newsroom Technical Operations and Traffic & Transit Dept. as a Traffic Anchor & Reporter.
 
 

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D Nice Has An Instagram Social Media Hit
Desperate times may call for desperate measure or in this case, innovation. DJ DNice is keeping the party going as the world remains on pause in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic—and everyone is invited. Since Monday, the beloved DJ—who is also a music industry icon on the turntables—has been hosting daily jam sessions appropriately […]

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EXCLUSIVE Interview with Lark Voorhies of “Saved By The Bell”
We all remember the 1980s hit sitcom “Saved By the Bell”. One of  the stars, Lark Voorhies jumped to superstardom. Shortly after the series was canceled, Lark disappeared and everyone wondered whatever happened to her. This exclusive interview tells all, here have a look and listen.~mb

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URGENT : Immediately STOP Flushing these Down the Toilet
Disinfecting wipes are helping us clean up our surfaces during the COVID-19 pandemic but you might be messing up your sewer system if you flush them down the toilet. Experts are warning people not to dispose of the wipes in the toilet bowl. Toilet paper dissolves in our sewer systems while disinfecting wipes and paper […]

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Banks Advise NOT To Withdraw Large Sums of Money
Banks are warning people you do not need to take out lumps of cash due to the coronavirus. Banks are in a safer position now than they were back in 2008. Big financial institutions have $1.3 trillion in common equity and hold $2.9 trillion in high quality liquid assets. In short, your money is protected. […]

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