WJAB 90.9FM AND WJAB-TV will premiere two panel discussions, "A View From The Pulpit" and "A View From The Music Stand" that will coincide with the two-part series, “The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song.”
Producers for the panel discussions are Erica Fox Washington, Latoyia Clemons and Michael Burns.
The moderator for both panels is Mr. David Person. Panelists include:
Rev. Dr. Julius R. Scruggs, Pastor Emeritus of First Missionary Baptist Church (FMBC). Past President of The National Baptist Convention USA, Incorporated.
Dr. Carlton Byrd, Pastor of Oakwood University Church
Mr. Roberto Burton, two-time Stellar Award Winner, Grammy nominated, lecturer, composer, arranger, organist, producer, and currently the Head Organist at St. John AME Church in Huntsville, AL, and composer in residence at First Baptist Church, Governors Drive.
Mr. Carlton J. Wright, Director of Bands at Alabama A&M University, Assistant Orchestra Director at Historic 16th Street Baptist Church, Birmingham, AL.
Minister Fred Whitlow, CEO of No More Dirty Incorporated, Strictly Jesus Records, Host of the No More Dirty Christian Hip-Hop Radio and TV Show.
"A View From The Pulpit" and "A View From The Music Stand" will air on February 16th and 17th at 12:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. on WJAB90.9FM, WJAB-TV Comcast Channel 78, and WJAB's social media prior to The Black Church on APT-PBS, at 8:00 p.m. CST.