Since its online launch in 1997, the EUR/Electronic Urban Report ( has become the Internet’s foremost information source for urban entertainment, sports, politics and opinion. The site is the latest evolution in the media legacy of broadcaster Lee Bailey, a former radio DJ whose career began in Sacramento, CA upon release from the Air Force. It was in the ’70s that Bailey found major-market on-air success on Washington DC and Los Angeles radio. In addition to spinning the hits, Bailey had a penchant for sharing with his audience the latest news he’d get from inside sources in the world of black music. Indeed, it was Bailey’s own voracious interest in behind-the-scenes goings on that inspired him to create and produce the trailblazing RadioScope, the internationally syndicated infotainment program. In addition to giving listeners the daily scoop on blacks in music, television and film, “The Entertainment Magazine of the Air” broke some of the biggest stories in the last four decades. It was RadioScope that gave the public its first listen to Prince’s 1984 landmark “Purple Rain” soundtrack weeks before its release. It was Bailey, entertainment writer Steven Ivory and RadioScope that had the inside track on the legendary Michael Jackson’s storied career, getting direct quotes from the future King of Pop when all other media outlets couldn’t break the Jackson camp’s impenetrable wall of silence. Radioscope quickly became the go-to source for other media reporting on black entertainment. Today, the EUR/Electronic Urban Report continues Lee Bailey’s tradition of breaking the real story. With an ever-growing readership that spans the globe, the EUR ( is where audiences come to be informed and entertained. With the EUR you’ll get daily updates on all your favorite icons/celebrities like: Jay-Z, Beyonce, 50 Cent, Diddy, Kanye, Janet, Michael, Prince, Snoop, Denzel, Halle, Jamie, LeBron, Kobe, Shaq and many, many more. Plus, with our on-going coverage of the White House, politics and urban/black culture in general, you won’t miss out on news that important to you. Source

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Scope African-American
Language English
Country United States of America
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