Jazmyn Summers

Saturdays (10am – 3pm) & Sundays (11am – 3pm)

Jazmyn was born and raised in the Bay Area. She has worn all hats including a popular talk show host, entertainment correspondent, news reporter and on-air personality for radio and TV stations in New York, Washington DC, London, Paris, Africa, Pennsylvania and on the nationally syndicated Sirius XM. She has interviewed popular artists and political figures from the late Nelson Mandela to Patti Labelle, Tyler Perry, Denzel Washington and Stevie Wonder. Jazmyn is known for her entertainment, red carpet and fashion coverage on various media including the widely read The Root, Sister to Sister, and Grio. She also served as the National Vice President for Communications for the civil rights organization NAACP. Jazmyn loves sports, fitness, food, fashion, traveling, great music and giving back to the community. Jazmyn also does entertainment PR and cause marketing and has worked with will.I.am, Jessica Alba, 2 Chainz, Avery Sunshine, Sevyn Streeter, Danny Glover and many more.

Salesforce and Apple team up!

Salesforce and Apple have created a partnership with the intention of improving Salesforce’s apps for business, such as Siri Shortcuts, Face ID and  Business Chat. As Salesforce says in a tweet earlier today, “This is just the beginning!” Salesforce has offered mobile apps for years but the new updates will …

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Michelle Obama Helped Couple With Wedding Vows

Michelle Obama sure is busy! She helped a Chicago couple exchange their wedding vows over the weekend. Michelle did not officiate the ceremony, but she read off the vows for the couple. The daughter of Chicago’s Deputy Mayor Robert S. Rivkin is the new bride. Congratulations to the newlyweds: Stephanie …

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Antoine Davis Back On The Ranch

As a kid I spent some of my earlier years on a farm in a small town call, Ravenna Texas. At the time I didn’t know what was really going on, I just knew the family was together. Horses, Cows, Chickens, Pigs were all part of my life. Going to …

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