NEW YORK CITY (May 25, 2012) – The New York Association of Black Journalists is saddened to hear legendary radio icon Hal Jackson has died. He was 97. Jackson’s career spanned more than 70 years, including WLBS (107.5 FM), and he achieved a number of “firsts” throughout his illustrious run. His career began in the…
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“NYABJ is deeply saddened by the loss of Gil Noble, a legendary journalist who helped pave the way for many black journalists,” said NYABJ President Michael J. Feeney.