DCPC: Journalist Cherri Gregg discusses Mass Media

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 In honor of National Women’s History Month, the Delaware County Press Club presents “Women Who Have Succeeded Despite the Odds,” a lunchtime event on Wednesday, March 21st at Anthony’s at Paxon Hollow, 850 Paxon Hollow Rd., Broomall. Featured guest speaker is Cherri Gregg, Community Affairs reporter for KYW Newsradio, the most listened to all news radio station in Philadelphia.

Cherri reports on a variety of grass roots issues and events on KYW Radio, CBS3-TV and KYWNewsradio.com. Cherri is also producer and host of Flashpoint, a public affairs show that airs on 1060 AM Saturday nights at 9:30 p.m. and Sunday mornings at 8:30 a.m. She also produces the KYW Flashpoint Podcast, with exclusive material, that can be subscribed to on the Radio.com app, iTunes and other podcast players.

At KYW, Cherri puts her law degree to work, providing legal analysis on decisions by the US Supreme Court, as well as on critical civil rights issues like mass incarceration, immigration rights and voting.


She also stays active in the community by moderating town halls and by providing coverage of everyday heroes who are changing lives of those in need.

An award winning journalist, Cherri is a graduate of Boston University, Howard University School of Law and Temple University School of Media and Communication. She is the immediate past president of the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists.

Networking begins at 11:30 a.m. followed by lunch at noon. The public is welcome to all Press Club lunches.  Cost for March’s lunch is $20 for Press Club members, $25 for non-members, walk-ins and guests. Advanced tickets are recommended and can be purchased online at https://the-delaware-county-press-club.ticketleap.com/march-lunch-meeting/. Payments can also be made by cash or check at the door.
Picture enclosed:  1. KYW Newsradio’s Community Affairs reporter Cherri Gregg (pictured) will talk about achieving success in mass media at the March 21st Delaware County Press Club luncheon at Anthony’s at Paxon Hollow in Broomall.  Advanced tickets can be purchased at thepressclubpa.org.


About the Delaware County Press Club

Founded in 1979, the Delaware County Press Club comprises professionals, active or retired, from the fields of communications, including print and broadcast journalism, public relations, marketing, writing and photojournalism, as well as communications teachers and students and professionals in allied fields.