Local Podcasters Are Paving the Way
From Hip Hop to News Meet BIPOC Media Makers in West Virginia
Local Podcasters Are Paving the Way In West Virginia
If you ever wondered what is going through the heads of fellow West Virginians, then you should tap into these popular podcasts to find out the latest in local hot topics including entertainment, news and sports. All the podcasts can be found online and are waiting for your support! BBG is always looking to expand this list.
Tell us about your favorite BIPOC podcaster or content creator in/from West Virginia!
🎙 SossTalk SossTalk is sports and entertainment with logic, humor, and fun!
🎙 Capital Sports Network Covering local and national sports: with guest hosts, conducting interviews with prep coaches and players, professional athletes, student athletes and local legends to share their stories and insight on the game.
🎙 No Kap No Kut An uncut, raw, inspirational & funny podcast located in Charleston WV.
🎙 This is Shank Shooting the Shit with Shank is one laugh out loud and enjoyable time! Shank is a comedian known as the Angry Black Man touring the state of West Virginia, He is joined by his co-host the legendary Hip hop artist "Duke Johnson" aka Papa Doc aka DOCeaser. This is one podcast that brings it to you raw and uncut touching current topics and national headlines. Opinions are just like butt holes and every one has one. Get in where you fit in and tune in to the Shoo Shoo Shooting the Shit with Shank.
🎙 The Biz On the Biz, We discuss various topics, with the main focus of theater, film and multimedia arts. We also engage in conversation dealing with several aspects of life such as: family, economics, law, labor, education. religion, entertainment, physical health and mental health and above all love.We allow our audience to call in and express their opinions and give insight on these topics. Our host talk to special guest and give our listeners good entertainment and something to inspire, motivate and uplift their day.
Leeshia Lee is the Author of “Based on A Woo Story" former radio personality, urban photojournalist 📸 and creator of Ashotoflee.com
This list was originally printed in the inaugural BBG print issue June, 2021.
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