Hattie Leeper, known as "Chatty Hatty," was the first black female radio announcer in North Carolina and could be among the additional nominees. She's won numerous awards, including a spot in the N.C. Association of Broadcasters' Hall of Fame.
Hattie Leeper, known as "Chatty Hatty," was the first black female radio announcer in North Carolina and could be among the additional nominees. She's won numerous awards, including a spot in the N.C. Association of Broadcasters' Hall of Fame. JAMES PEELER
Hattie Leeper, known as "Chatty Hatty," was the first black female radio announcer in North Carolina and could be among the additional nominees. She's won numerous awards, including a spot in the N.C. Association of Broadcasters' Hall of Fame. JAMES PEELER
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