On Air: "Terrence B in your Workday"
Terrence B is known as the “Ladies Man In Radio.” A phrase given to him by the thousands of women that voted him #1 in every market in his career. Terrence has travelled to Macon Warner Robins full-time as the new Midday personality on WRBV-FM V101.7 and as Program Director for V101.7 and 97.9 WIBB-FM. Terrence was most recently the Program Director/ #1 Midday personality at Clear Channel sister station WLVH-FM 101.1 in Savannah. In the midst of his busy schedule, Terrence takes his fun spirit you hear on the radio into the community and sets aside time to contribute to the community by participating in area events and organizations.
Prior to joining V101.7 Terrence worked up and down the radio dial from
It's not rare to be whisked away into the direction of your career by accident. Most don't find their niche until it finds them. So it was fortunate for one DJ to find his way to the fast pace of broadcast radio via the direction of the U.S Military. Terrence went from wearing' Army green to spinnin' black disks. It was a big turn – but a gradual road, and this popular voice and radio personality says he doesn't regret it. Possessing a wide variety of experience with gospel, news, pop, and R&B stations– Terrence is happy to be where he is. He thanks his education for playing a big part in his success, and he urges "…anyone going to school to continue to do it," Radio is no longer a job that takes a good voice and an outstanding personality (although he possesses both and it damn sure helps). "I love this business!"
North Korea is threatening to hit the US with a pre-emptive nuclear strike, reports the AP, accusing Washington of attempting to provoke war and vowing that it will "destroy the strongholds of the aggressors."
If the North actually possesses the technology to carry through on its threat, that's news to experts, but the latest rhetoric comes over tough new sanctions drafted by the United States and China that are headed for a UN Security Council vote this morning, reports Reuters. Those measures would require all UN countries to block financial services and monetary transfers that "could contribute to the DPRK's nuclear or ballistic missile programs."