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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Alexis Gollman

Alexis Gollman is a junior Public Relations student at Florida A&M University. In her first podcast show, The Alexis Nicole Show is about unorthodox models who are breaking barriers and traditions in the modeling industry. She has written for the FAMUAN and JourneyMagazine. She has done visual merchandising at teenage and young adult retailer Plato’sCloset. She wants to be a retail merchandiser for a trendy women’s brand in the future.

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Naja Hardmon

Naja Hardmon is a junior public relations undergraduate student at Florida Agriculture and Mechanical University. “The Mesh” is a discussion-based podcast focused on exploring the relationship between movies and politics, meshing the two topics into one. In the first episode, actress and student screenwriter Jazmine Johnson is featured to join the discussion on the impact political issues has on popular black films. She holds interests in film, music, and photography and has applied her passion for the artforms to co-produce the first episode of “The Mesh” with co-host and co-producer, ZuriCottrell. In the future, she aspires to join the music industry as a public relations or A&Rprofessional.

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Tanzania Ralph

Tanzania ralph is a junior Broadcast Journalism major at Florida Agricultural and MechanicalUniversity, In the School of Journalism and Graphic Design. She is a Co-Host of the “InEntertainment” podcast with Co-Host Kennedy Guidry that addresses what’s going on in the world of entertainment and social media. She has her own radio show called “Tea Time WithPecan Tan” on WANM Tallahassee. Growing up she found interest in public speaking and writing which motivated her to major in journalism with a goal to one day have her own daytime talk show.

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Kaviena Spencer

Kaviena Spencer is a sophomore Broadcast Journalism Major at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee Fl. With her podcast “M&M,” she talks about the legacy of Marvel and how it impacted the life of a person. She is a proud member of the organization Warriors Against Rape, she is beginning to build her brand by starting her own YouTube channel. With her experience working Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and Premiere Pro she wants to become an author and hopes to become a best-selling author in the future.

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Kennedy Guidry

Kennedy Guidry is a sophomore Public Relations student at Florida A&M University. Tanzania Ralph and herself teamed up to put together the In Entertainment podcast that highlights black pioneers and collaborations celebrating excellence. She is from Roswell, GA and has always had a passion for sports and hopes to pursue a career as a sports publicist. She is also a member of the Florida A&M University Association of Black Journalists. She now enjoys writing stories for the FAMUAN and is the secretary for the Florida A&M University Aquatics Club.

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Maya Dubois

Maya DuBois is a Junior Public Relations major in the School of Journalism and Graphic Communications at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida. In her newest podcast, “The Sit down,” with student co-host, Cyrena Allen, she discusses the different events and topics in the sports world. She is also a sports photographer and student journalist, her work can be found on https://www.linkedin.com/in/mayadubois1215/, and https://www.instagram.com/_topshotsmedia/. She aspires to be a creative director in the sports and entertainment industry to bring her ambitions of creative branding into fruition.

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Brittany Jarret

Brittany Jarret is a junior broadcast journalism student at Florida Agricultural and MechanicalUniversity. She serves as host, producer, and editor of the “Rattler’s Lifestyle Podcast” alongside her co-host Breyanna Holmes. This podcast features entrepreneurs who are FAMUstudents or alumni. Jarret is president of the FAMU chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists, a correspondent for Sirius XM Radio’s “FAMU NOW,” and a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. Her passion for writing and storytelling is deeply displayed through her goal to become a multimedia journalist.

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Monisha Lanot

Monisha Lanot is a Public Relations professional in the entertainment industry from Pompano Beach, FL. In her latest work, she interviewed a published model and upcoming rap star during a podcast. Together, they discussed the existing adversities within the entertainment and fashion industry such as colorism and body shaming. Outside of being a PR practitioner, Ms. Lanot has become a public figure within the underground music world. She has single handily built an empire during her college career as a recording artist and has been recognized by Grammy award winning songwriter Rico Love, Maybach Music Group, and Hustle Gang. Currently she holds several brand endorsements, her latest one being with multi-million dollar company Fashion Nova. Through her works she advocates to women self-love, female independence, and entrepreneurship.

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