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Tom Joyner to Talk Exclusively with President Barack Obama Discussing Issues Impacting Black America Tomorrow

Interview to air on the nationally syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show on Tuesday, December 22, 2009 at 8:35 am ET

(Dallas, TX – December 21, 2009) – The Tom Joyner Morning Show will talk exclusively with President Barack Obama Tuesday, December 22, 2009 at 8:35 am ET (7:35 am CT). The audio as well as a transcript of the interview will be available at ( immediately following the discussion.

The Tom Joyner Morning Show, which airs in over 100 markets and reaches an audience of more than 8 million, has been an advocate in making sure the black community continually stays involved in the political processes of the country and has been a leader in encouraging African Americans to exercise their right to vote in every relevant election, both national and local. Throughout the year, Joyner’s radio show and website have maintained extensive coverage of every major issue facing the black community and have followed the movements of President Obama very carefully. Daily commentary from senior analyst Roland Martin, morning headlines from co-host Sybil Wilkes, special news contributions from Jacque Reid and political and social commentary from Jeff Johnson, Stephanie Robinson, DL Hughley and Sheryl Underwood are all apart of the team to ensure that the Tom Joyner Morning Show keeps black America involved and informed.

Next month, Joyner will co-host a two-hour special TV event with Chris Matthews on race relations in America, on Martin Luther King Day, Jan. 18, 2010 from 10pm-12am on MSNBC. One year after the inauguration of Barack Obama, the first African-American President, the MSNBC special, “Hope and Fear in Obama’s America” taped live from Texas Southern University in Houston, will be an extended discussion surrounding race and post-racial identity in America and touch on some of the issues mentioned in the interview.