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WBOKWireless Broadband of Oklahoma
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"After Katrina, there was no black talk radio in New Orleans--you just didn't hear black voices," explained Lance Hill, the historian at Tulane, who sometimes appears as a guest on WBOK. "The station was created expressly as a vehicle for blacks to regain political influence, which makes it pretty remarkable in the national media environment."
I visited WBOK last summer and watched from the control booth during a broadcast of Showtime in the Afternoon, a call-in show cohosted by Paul Beaulieu, a veteran newspaper and television journalist who is the station's most compelling personality.
On radio station WBOK, Vernon Winslow, affectionately known in the community as "Dr.