Paying the Price

Absher, Frank
December 2002
St. Louis Journalism Review;Dec/Jan2003, Vol. 33 Issue 252, p13
Profiles the late Wiley Price Jr., first African American disc jockey. Absence of obituaries or tributes from Saint Louis, Missouri newspapers; Reputation of the radio station that first hired Wiley; Kinds of music aired by the WTMV station; Refusal to air rock and roll music.


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