Sarah Spain talks with Bomani about his early life, having college professors as parents, and why failing out of grad school actually set him up for success in sports journalism.
Bomani Jones has been added to The Cool Room – NYC, one of five ESPN-themed centric shows that make up the Voices presentation.
Other guests will include Katie Nolan, Tony Reali and 98.7 ESPN New York’s Peter Rosenberg from The Michael Kay Show.
Complete details on ESPN’s MegaCast Production are here.
for me, personally, catching up with reggie was a moment to pause and reflect. did @CombatJackShow three times. each time was like catching up with an old homie who wanted to know what'd happened since we last spoke.
— El Flaco (@bomani_jones) December 20, 2017
Bomani Jones featured on The Combat Jack Show.
During his college years at Clark Atlanta University, Jones considered writing but never radio or television. Until his words led to opportunity…
Funkadelic – Cosmic Slop 1973
Funkadelic – Maggot Brain
Let’s Take It to The Stage(1975)
Funkadelic – Standing on the Verge of Getting it On
Enjoy more photos from the gala celebrating Black excellence, activism and contributions to the world.
REAL TALK WITH GOOD INTENTIONS. Learn more about the passionate and tenacious career of Bomani Jones, an honoree of the 2016 The Root 100.
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The Root’s annual list of the most influential African Americans in the fields of business, science, politics, technology, social justice, sports and entertainment is here. Our very own, Bomani Jones has been recognized with this coveted honor for his accomplishments in media. Thank you for your votes. Well done Bo.