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Chiney Lee Interview

What is your radio show called? My radio show is called “The Chineylee Experience”… I named it after the term Jamaicans would use to call Chinese people. Which is chiney mon… The show is also based off my nickname chineyleee

How long have you had your show? I’ve done the internet show for almost about a year now. It’s currently put on hold to better improve the shows outlook.

Do you have co-hosts? If so, how did you guys all come together? I usually have 2 cohosts on my show who give their opinion on what’s going on currently based on the topic an format of the show.

What made you want to start a radio show? I love to voice out my opinion on things. I found out fascinating to voice out how you feel about certain things and people would respond to it or discuss their feelings on it.

Is your show just talk radio or do you play music as well? Yes. I play music on Tuesdays (Talent Tuesdays)

What are some topics you discuss? We’ve gone into racism, homosexuality, single mothers, west Indians, poor parental skills, hip hop, cheating.. the show consists of relationship topics.

Do you have a favorite episode? What made it your favorite?
The racism show Pt2… that show was soooo good. I was so proud of where that show went

Ive heard you do some interviews on your show, what criteria do use when deciding to interview them?
I talk it over with my team member through a conference call and we discuss whether we have on the show or not.

What tactics do you use to attract listeners to your show?
I talk about the current events that plague America or certain situations that are currently goin on the music/entertainment industry. I also talk about relationships and other political based topics

How do you think your show has evolved since the first few episodes?
The show gained a structure. At first, it was a show with a guy or girl talking about anything. Now the show has gained a fan base and I get around 20 callers per show. The shows theme song has also been changed as well.

Where do you hope to see your show in the future?
I see it on a satellite radio show hopefully. I see a lot of potential in my show and teammates.

When and where can people listen to your show?
10pm Sundays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays on http://blogtalkradio.com/chineylee

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