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(Dallas, TX – December 4, 2013) – This morning Tom Joyner honored his good friend, Jerry Boulding, who passed on Thanksgiving Day during the Tom Joyner Morning Show’s Little Known Black History Fact segment.
Boulding, known as the doctor of radio, was radio industry pioneer who started the country’s first urban format for satellite delivery called Heart and Soul. As a Program Director, Jerry Boulding, programmed 16 radio stations in over six major markets throughout the country. A former radio personality Jerry Boulding referred to himself as Jolly Jerry B, while on the air. He brought life and flavor to Chicago’s WVON radio station when he hired a young 20-something-year-old disc jockey named Tom Joyner. By giving Joyner a chance, Boulding set the stage for Joyner’s success today.
During this morning’s segment Joyner shared personal anecdotes about his relationship with Jerry and detailed how he was responsible for turning his career around. Find the Little Known Black History Fact and listen to the segment on BlackAmericaWeb.com. Read the full transcript below.
TOM JOYER: Every day we celebrate a Little Known Black History Fact. And today’s Little Known Black History Fact is about a good friend of mine who died Thanksgiving day. And a Little Known Black History Fact is always presented by McDonald’s, deeply rooted in the community 365 days a year. This is the story of Jerry Boulding.
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