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Ezekiel Hobbs

Ezekiel Hobbs is a sophomore public relations student at Florida A & M University. With his unique communicating and elaborative writing style, Ezekiel intends to be not just a successful publicist but yet one of the best multimedia journalist dominating both the fashion and entertainment communication industries. Creating his first collaborative podcast “The RoundTable” he and his partner dives deep into the thoughts and minds of artists, entertainers, designers, and models about topics the industry faces. Also mentioning any hot topics that involve pop culture and the two growing industries. The first episode covers colorism and body-shaming that goes on within the two industries, hoping to bring awareness to these issues as well as to make them better.

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Cyrena Allen

Cyrena Allen, Allen is currently a third-year transfer student of Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University’s School of Journalism. Cyrena Allen, along with her colleague Maya Dubois currently have a new podcast show called “The Sit Down” where They discuss different topics and events in the NFL and NBA. Allen has written a children’s book with motivation to inspire and teach young girls to love themselves and others in spite of indifferent opinion. Allen also plans to pursue a career as a sports journalist for ESPN, similar to Jemele Hill. However, Cyrena Allen is an Entrepreneur and plans on branding her own business and television network.

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Christopher Miller

Christopher Miller is a junior public relations student at the School of Journalism and Graphic Communication at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University in Tallahassee. His first podcast is about getting ready for the Spring Elections FAMU edition. In the podcastChristopher goes into talking about the things upcoming candidates need to do in order to be fully prepared for the spring. He is a part of the Student Government Association where he serves in the 48th Senate as the Elections and Appointments Chairman. As the Elections and Appointments Chair he works with the school elections and ensures everything is running smoothly. His future career aspirations are to go into crisis communications in Texas, as well as open his own company one day.

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The best part of teaching …

Seven-time Grammy Award-winning producer and FAMU School of Journalism & Graphic Communication grad Amir Windom and Dr. “Immigrant Educator” Ann Wead Kimbrough

… learning from alumni and current students about life in digital native land. 

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Christopher Bryant

Chris Bryant is a Broadcast Journalism major and theatre minor at Florida A&M University from Tampa Bay, Florida. Bryant is an aspiring screen and television writer and director. Bryant is also an actor and voice actor. “The Zap and Viper Theatre Podcast” is written and voiced by Bryant. The main characters: Zap, Viper, and Quill, are all based on Bryant’s childhood pets. They entertained him growing up, so he’s bringing them to audiences young and old to enjoy man’s best friends.

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Kira’Fika Jackson

Kira’Fika Jackson is a junior in Broadcast Journalism at Florida A & M University in Tallahassee, FL. For her first podcast show, Voici Bazhane, she interviewed the Florida State Senator Bobby Powell Jr., (D-30). Her first major published piece was featured in Arian Simone’s Fearless magazine. Kira made her first television appearance on FAMU’s TV-20 Homecoming Special on channel 20. She enjoys video editing in her free time. She continues to produce more content for her show, write blogs on her website, and engage in deeper digital learning.

SJGC student Kira’Fika interviewed Fla. Sen. Bobby Powell, Jr, (D-30). in the studios of WANM-FM

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