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Video Production for Black Power 96.3 FM Community Radio

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Black Power 96 Radio

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Volunteer with Black Power 96 Radio

Black Power 96.3 FM Community Radio (which also streams on blackpower96.org and our mobile app) is seeking video production volunteers to help gather content and edit a video that tells the story about our radio station and the impact on the community we serve.

This is a volunteer position, but your name will be included in the video credits.

If you aspire for a career in video production and editing, this is a great opportunity to practice your skills and support independent black-community-led media.

Black Power 96 Radio is a project of African People’s Education and Defense Fund, the 501c3 non-profit whose mission is to develop and institutionalize programs to defend the human and civil rights of the African community, and to address the grave disparities in education, health, healthcare, and economic development faced by African people.

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About Black Power 96 Radio


1245 18th Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL 33705, US

Mission Statement

Defend the human and civil rights of the African community and address the grave disparities in education, health and economic development.


WBPU Black Power 96.3 FM is radio by and for the black community!

The new community station located in St. Petersburg, FL is a project of the non-profit African People’s Education and Defense Fund! We deliver a fresh sound featuring locally produced music and neighborhood news, as well as news and information from the Caribbean, Africa and the world.

96.3 FM stands tall as a non-commercial radio station owned and controlled by the black community of south St. Pete where 70 percent live under the poverty level and where full access to employment, housing, health care and quality education is routinely denied.

Today over 90 percent of the airwaves are controlled by six corporations - Comcast, News Corp, Disney, Viacom, Time Warner and CBS. Clear Channel alone owns more than 1000 radio stations and 80 percent of the music playlists in the U.S. are identical.

Black Power 96.3 FM addresses these disparities by serving as a hub for the training and employment of broadcast professionals, musicians and engineers.

Media & Broadcasting
Race & Ethnicity


Mon Oct 26, 2020 - Mon Nov 30, 2020


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Video Production
  • Audio-Visual





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