Former Detroit TV Anchor Karen Hudson-Samuels Dies One Day After Taking COVID VaccineKaren Hudson-Samuels’ career in broadcast journalism spanned over four decades in Detroit.
Former WGPR-TV Employees Share The History of America's First African American-Owned Television StationOn this week's Community Connect, Lisa Germani went over to the William V. Banks Broadcast Museum to talk with four former employees of WGPR-TV about their experiences at the station and what it meant to them to find work at the first African America owned and operated television station in the United States.
Street Beat: Jimmy's Kids, swAg, The HIV Pill And WGPRAmyre Makupson, talks with 74 year old Jim Tuman about his Jimmy’s Kids program that mentors youth and helps them feel, safe, valued and loved. It also helps prevent teenage suicide.
WGPR-TV 62: Where God's Presence Radiates!I can easily recall the day, September 29, 1975 when WGPR-TV 62 went on the air live for the first time.