Mr. Charles Moseley
(Black PR Wire) FORT LAUDERDALE, FL – A new digital magazine aims to put a spotlight on the history-makers and history in South Florida’s ethno-culturally diverse Black communities.
SHINEONSFL.COM will cap its October 2017 launch with a “Spotlight on Dania Beach” examining the city’s business, educational, socio-political, and faith-based sectors, etc.
The multi-media presentations on the platform created by publisher and CEO Charles Moseley are part of a quarterly Black History Series that will initially feature Broward County before expanding to the tri-county area.
“As South Florida continues to evolve and expand its sphere of influence across the globe, SHINEONSFL.COM will provide a snap shot moment in time that will promote positive ideas designed to enlighten, entertain, and empower our viewers and readers,” said Moseley, a seasoned broadcast industry veteran of nearly 40 years, whose career highlights include work with The Westside Gazette News, Broward County’s oldest and largest African-American owned and moderated newspaper, and South Florida’s first Black-owned radio station, WRBD 1470 AM.
“Unless we write our own stories, this important information about our histories — evident in the people, institutions, and legacies surrounding us — may not exist for those who follow,” said Moseley, a former senior account executive at the Cox Media Group-owned WEDR 99 JAMZ, rated South Florida’s No. 1 Arbitron radio station for many years.
A native of Fort Lauderdale and staunch advocate for education, Moseley is a 1974 graduate of Nova High School. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Print Journalism from Howard University’s School of Communications in Washington, D.C.
For more information on SHINEONSFL.COM, contact Mr. Charles Moseley at (754) 223-9723.