Mike Burke

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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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Celebs Kickin It at Sundance Film Fest
Celebrities including Michael B. Jordan have descended upon Park City, Utah, which can only mean one thing—the 2020 Sundance Film Festival is in full swing. Stars like Kerry Washington, Issa Rae, Lena Waithe, and Taylour Paige  have been spotted at out and about at premieres, panels, and events. The festival ends February 2, which means […]

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Wendy Williams’ Divorce Is A Done Deal
It’s OFFICIAL…..not that a lot of people care but talk show host Wendy Williams has confirmed that her divorce from  Kevin Hunter is final.   During an interview on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, Williams, 55, who filed for divorce discussed the news and reflected on her new relationship status and life living single […]

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KC Chiefs vs Tennessee Titans
I would advise the Tennessee Henry’s not to get in a shoot out match with the Kansas City Chiefs because they will surely be our scored. The Tennessee Titans can win this game by running the ball and controlling the clock here’s a look at other keys to the game.~mb

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would be 90 years old now if his life wasn’t tragically taken in Memphis, Tennessee 51 years ago. Over the years, the dream Dr. King had for America and its children remains largely unrealized, and racial tensions along with division are higher than ever.~mb

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