Sheridan Broadcasting Networks (SBN) News broadcasts reports daily to affiliated radio stations across the country. News content includes national and international stories with a concentration on stories important to the African American community. Reports are delivered by veteran staff of anchors and broadcast journalists with years of experience in the broadcast industry. The five minute hourly newscasts includes two minutes of commercial availability.

Ty Miller is Manager of News and Sports for Sheridan Broadcasting Networks. Since 1995, Miller has written, produced and anchored Black College Football Weekly, where the show has received numerous accolades.

Ty’s career in broadcasting began in Boston, MA where he honed his skills as an announcer at WILD-AM. This Alabama native’s energetic and creative style led him to Pittsburgh, PA. The football aficionado is the host of the longest running Black College football show in the nation. More>>>


Kim Lampkins is an extremely versatile broadcast professional who developed a lifelong ‘love affair’ with radio as a sophomore in college.
Kim’s passion for all-things-radio fueled her success across a variety of formats and duties; from award winning news reporter, anchor and producer, to top-rated major market on-air personality.  Kim is a talented news and creative writer, skilled in all aspects of music & news radio production.  She was among one of the first females in the country to lead a major market creative services department–the legendary KMJQ/Houston from 1985 to 1988. More>>>


SBN Afternoon news anchor Vicki Cohill started with Sheridan Broadcasting Networks as a news intern in the 80s. The Pittsburgh native juggled her love of news and music acting as a weekend disc jockey for the Network’s local affiliate WAMO-FM.

After pursing work as a radio DJ in Pittsburgh and Virginia and a year of living in Jerusalem, Cohill found her way back to Sheridan Broadcasting Networks. More>>>


An award-winning audio journalist, De’Saundra Harris has been a part of SBN for close to a decade. In 2010, she received The American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Media Award.

As part of her daily assignments, Harris-Sullivan interviews national and international news makers for stories that she then writes, produces and voices for broadcast on SBN’s affiliated radio stations across the country. More>>>


Allegra Johnson is a reporter and audio Journalist for SBN. She began her career as a morning news anchor for WAMO-FM in Pittsburgh.

Due to her exceptional work, Allegra has been nominated for her achievement in radio by the March of Dimes Achievement in Radio (A.I.R.) Awards. Within her ten years of radio, television and print news experience, Allegra has covered major news and entertainment events in Pittsburgh and Washington D.C. More>>>


Brian Cook is a national award-winning journalist for Sheridan Broadcasting Networks. He currently serves as the Web Content Coordinator for In addition to producing SBN programs, his responsibilities include reporting on breaking news, sports and entertainment stories of national interest in addition to shooting editing and producing video for the web.

He also creates images for the company’s website. More>>>


Trevin Jones is a Norfolk State University graduate and member of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity Incorporated. He started his career at WNSB FM at Norfolk State University. After graduation, he worked as an announcer for WTJZ in Hampton, VA, and at WLAN FM in Lancaster, PA.

His next stop was Inner City Broadcasting in New York where he spent time as a producer for WBLS FM and WLIB AM. More>>>


Danielle M. Smith is an award winning veteran audio journalist with Sheridan Broadcasting Networks. As an audio journalist, Danielle produces national news and sports broadcasts on a daily basis. She also conducts interviews with national news-makers and edits the audio from the interviews for newscasts. In addition to that, Danielle writes, produces and voices stories for newscasts that air hourly Monday through Friday. More>>>


Pat Griffin has a professional background in music and talk radio broadcasting and commercial talent. She has hosted and produced political and news programming as well as hosting a call-in issues oriented talk show for WHIO (Cox Broadcasting). While at Cox, she co-hosted live televised political news forums with the market’s number one television news anchor.

As part of the U.S. Friendship Force Sister Radio Station Project, Griffin traveled to Russia in a business and cultural exchange. More>>>