A power hitter

In a month that millionaire baseball players can’t find common sense ground with billionaire baseball owners, WKYC’s stepped up to the plate and hit it out of the park. As we close out Black History month, invest less than three minutes to learn more about Cleveland’s Leon Bibb and his rightful place in the history of the city, broadcast journalism, and the reporting of global tragedies and triumphs. It’s a pleasure to work with Leon on special projects and even to just share opinions, concerns, and true friendship.

Here’s to Leon.

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