Hot 97.5 KVEG Features “Black History Month” Program Highlighting Key African-Americans
January 31, 2011 by VegasNews.com
A Hot 97.5 KVEG will shine a spotlight on significant African-Americans in United States History as part of its Black History Month program.
Hot 97.5 KVEG will air a series of vignettes which will feature an opening by Las Vegas performer and funny-man, George Wallace, that will highlight key figures who have contributed to, and helped to shape, the United States we know today. Key figures represented include historical, as well as modern-day, contributors to American society and include such diverse contributors as writers and orators Frederick Douglass and Maya Angelou, political figures including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and President Barack Obama, and sports and entertainment icons Muhammad Ali and Russell Simmons.
The vignettes will air Tuesday, Feb. 1 through Monday, Feb. 28, 2011 in honor of the national Black History Month designation.
About KVEG HOT 97.5:
KVEG Hot 97.5 is the preeminent Rhythmic CHR station in the Las Vegas market playing today’s hottest hits and can be heard at 97.5 FM. The station has been broadcasting since 2001 and is locally owned and operated by Kemp Broadcasting, which owns and operates two additional radio stations in the Las Vegas market, KMZQ 670 AM and KVGQ FM 106.9 the Q.
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