Bomani Jones has been a busy man since the end of “The Morning Jones” last fall, keeping an active presence on the lecture circuit. He recently spoke at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study for Black History Month and is a featured speaker for an upcoming lecture with the National Association of Black Journalists. This is in addition to having a keynote lecture at Auburn University this coming November.
Bomani currently hosts the weekly sports podcast “The Evening Jones” (TEJ), a cutting edge sports show hosted on Vokle (also available as a podcast through iTunes and Stitcher). TEJ is the successor to his highly successful Sirius show “The Morning Jones”. “The Evening Jones” takes advantage of Vokle’s video call-in technology to become one of the most interactive shows in any medium:
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Bomani is also a contributor at SBNation.com, from which he hosts his weekly YouTube show “Bomani & Jones”. The show riffs on a topic each episode pertaining to sports, pop culture, music, or current events.
Energetic, intelligent, and always engaging, Bomani’s lectures span a diverse amount of topics, from sports, music, culture and beyond. Through his work on radio shows, he has developed a talent for improvisation and playing off crowds. To book Bomani for speaking engagements, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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