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Make It Last Forever: The Do’s and Don’ts – Keith Sweat

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Make It Last Forever: The Do’s and Don’ts – Keith Sweat
Available on February 12, 2013

HUE-MAN AND MIST PRESENT AN NIGHT WITH KEITH SWEAT

FEBRUARY 20, 2013 

VIP DOORS OPEN AT 6PM

MAIN EVENT DOOR OPEN AT  6:45PM

MIST HARLEM

46 WEST 116 STREET

In celebrating Keith Sweat’s new book, “Make It Last Forever,” Hue-Man and MIST Cultural Center in Harlem joined together to launch a special event on February 20.

From recording artist and radio host Keith Sweat comes help for anyone struggling with relationships problems, based on his popular radio show “The Sweat Hotel.”

Gaining its title from Keith Sweat’s R&B popular album and single, Make It Last Forever offers tools to help couples build and maintain strong, long-lasting relationships.

Here is detailed advice on how to better communicate needs and desires to your mate, including suggestions for keeping a relationship romantic and exciting for both parties. Keith also suggests how to fix, mend, and reinvigorate troubled relationships.

Finally, Make It Last Forever reveals the single-most important ingredient of a successful relationship: compatibility. Keith tells readers why it’s so crucial, how to find it, and how to sustain it over the long haul.

Keith+Sweat+PNGFor $40 which includes the book you can join at VIP reception in the fabulous new Harvest Restaurant at MIST.  Share a glass of wine, nosh and enjoy up close photo op with Keith and his guests.  Also experience no waiting in line for your book to be signed as VIP’s will have their books signed before the main event.

Or for $30.00 you can join for the main event in the theater where Keith will be in dialogue with WBLS Shaila and Vaughn Harper in his hometown of Harlem and enjoy a trip down memory lane.  Get great advise on how to make your love last forever as Keith discuss his book.

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One Family, One Station, Our Voice キスFMとWBLS突如合併!

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One Family – One Station – Our Voice
キスFM とWBLS 突如合併!

ずっとライバル同士で鎬を削ってきたニューヨークのブラックFMステーション、 KISS FM と WBLS が突如合併することになりました。NYのブラック・コミュニティーと共に歩んできたこの2つのFMステーションが1つになってしまうなんて…….。

今後はキスの98.7は、キスを買収する形となったWBLS107.5に移行
http://wbls.com

98.7は売却先のディズニー系列のESPNが引継ぎ、スポーツ番組中心の局としてあらたに始動を開始するとのことです。

その影響で、キスの音楽フォーマットは同系列会社のホット97に一部受け継がれるとのことです。つまり、ヒップホップ一色だったホット97でも積極的にR&Bやソウル・クラシックスをかけていくことになりそうです。

Keith Sweat

この合併によって、両局の番組を整理することになり、 WBLS FMのキース・スウェットの番組,「クワィエット・ストーム」が姿を消すことになります。このまま残るのは、 WBLS の看板番組、「スティーヴ・ハーヴィー・ショー」、キス FM の夕方のソウル・クラシック番組、「レニー・グリーン・ショー」など。

Steve Harvey

4月30日ミッドナイトよりキスは WBLSと統合され、 WBLS107.5にて放送を続けることになっています。今週末は「Farewell to Kiss FM」として30年間にわたるキスの歴史を振り返り、 周波数98.7最後の番組をお届けしています。

さようなら、キス・エフエム。Kiss fm

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98.7 KISS-FM Is No More…..!New York Radio Rivals Kiss-FM and WBLS to Merge

In a stunning change for New York radio listeners, Kiss-FM and WBLS — longtime rivals in the R&B format — have become one.

This merger came as a complete surprise.

The two stations began simulcasting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, and through the weekend are scheduled to celebrate the three-decade legacy of Kiss (WRKS, 98.7 FM), a bastion of black music that has been one of the most highly rated stations in the market.

At midnight on Monday, the stations will merge on WBLS (107.5 FM), according to a joint announcement made Thursday. Shaila, Kiss’s midday personality, and its nighttime disk jockey, Lenny Green, will join WBLS.

Emmis has sold WRKS’s intellectual property to WBLS’s new parent, YMF Media.

The merger is part of a complicated shuffle involving three broadcasters. Disney obtained a long-term lease for 98.7 FM from Emmis, and will bring its ESPN sports franchise — currently at 1050 AM — to that frequency on Monday.

The companies behind WRKS and WBLS have both had financial difficulties. Emmis, burdened with debt, has sold several stations over the last year, including 101.9 FM in New York, which is now a news station, WEMP. WBLS was recently taken over by YMF after its former owner, Inner City Broadcasting, declared bankruptcy.