Logan Entertainment not only offers quality disc jockey services, but we are a sound reinforcement company as well. All of our equipment is Pro Audio and very well maintained. Currently we have a totally digital system. With over 25,000 watts of power ava...
Dr. John C. "Turk" Logan, Jr.
Dr. John C. "Turk" Logan, Jr. is a Forty one year veteran of Radio/TV Broadcasting.
A recent Inductee into the Broadcasters Hall of Fame in Dayton, Ohio (9/09), Dr. Logan is retired as General Manager of WCSU-FM ("Your Urban/Jazz Connection"12/31/09) Central State Ohio.
I am very proud to have created a successful format, Urban/Jazz 1986 c, and managed a great radio station for 24 years.
Dr. Logan has also taught as a Professor of Communications at the Nation's Oldest private HBCU, Wilberforce University. (1993 to 2010), He is President/CEO of Logan Communications/Publishing and Logan Entertainment, Inc.Logan Publishing has published the following books:
Rap Ritual & Reality: Violent Music Makes Violent Kids; The Reality of A Fantasy (an autobiography) and The Academy of Broadcasting.
Dr. Logan has collaborated on several award-winning movie scripts which have been reviewed by the The Ohio Film Commission.
Dr. John C. "Turk" Logan, Jr., author of Rap Ritual & Reality: Violent Music Makes Violent Kids, a thorough review of the impact of gangsta' rap on our Nation's (AND our World's) impressionable young people.
Dr. Logan has appeared on over 150 National and International Radio and TV shows to discuss his book… and with the recent upsurge in youth violence the book is more important than ever.
Most importantly because of its in-depth look at the damage done to African Americans by the use of the "N" word in gangsta' rap.
Dr. Logan has impeccable credentials for these discussions.
His life story is a tribute to one man's willingness to pay the high price of success.
Those who know Dr. John C. "Turk" Logan, Jr. know that very little can deter him from the pathways he chooses for himself.
In his autobiography The Reality of A Fantasy, he spins a tale of a young man in love with broadcasting, whose early life seemed more than full of challenges.
Losing his father at an early age, young "Turk" had to find it in himself to overcome those obstacles that race and education would put in his way.
Still, he overcame.
Clearly, Knowledge, Experience and Innovate Leadership are significant characteristics of Dr. John C. "Turk" Logan, Jr.
Today: Dr. Logan has embarked on a New Journey adding WTRK_biz Internet Radio to Logan Communications, Inc.
This is a dream come true, I have always wanted to own and program my own radio station.
Dr. Logan said, and now I have the chance.
Dr. Logan can be contacted at Logancommunications@yahoo.com or www.WTRK.biz.
Workshop presenters and panelists include Melanie Massie, vice president of talent at Black Entertainment Television (BET); Charles Whitfield, founder of A&R Hidden Beach Recordings; Scott Sharp from WDHT-FM 102.9; Garth Adams from WROU-FM 92.1; Rockey Love from WMIX-FM 95.7 in Toledo, Ohio; entertainment lawyer Carl Lewis; Lee L. Croxx, A&R for Tripple Croxx Entertainment and Management; and Central State University faculty member John Logan.
Melanie Massie, vice president of talent at Black Entertainment Television; Charles Whitfield, founder of A&R Hidden Beach Recordings Scott Sharp, WDHT-FM 102.9; Garth Adams, WROU-FM 92.1; Rodney Love, WMIX-FM 95.7 in Toledo; entertainment lawyer Carl Lewis; L. Croxx, director of artists and repertoire for Tripple Croxx Entertainment and Management; John Logan, Central State University faculty member.