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Broadcasting executive

Dorothy Edwards Brunson, American broadcasting executive. Recipient awards including citation National Conference of Christians and Jews.


Brunson, Dorothy Edwards was born on March 13, 1938 in Glensville, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Wadis and Naomi (Ross) Edwards.


Bachelor of Science, Empire State College. Doctorate (honorary), Clark Atlanta University, 1989.


Entered print communications industry, 1960-1962; assistant general manager radio station, WWRL, New York City, 1964-1968; corporation coordinator, liason director, WWRL, New York City, 1968-1972; vice president, Howard Sanders Advertising, Inc., New York City, 1972-1979; corporation vice president, Inner City Broadcasting Corporation, New York City, 1973-1979; corporation general manager, Inner City Broadcasting Corporation, New York City, 1979; owner, Station WGTW-television, Philadelphia, since 1979. Lecturer, speaker business, economics development, affirmative action, committee, women's rights, religious and human issues throughout country. Panelist business and committee United States Congress, 1995.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to Vogue, Black Enterprise, Newsweek.


People sometimes argue that involvement in political life involves getting our hands dirty, so is something Christians should avoid. But God is present in everything, including political institutions.


The family is the basic human community through which persons are nurtured and sustained in mutual love, responsibility, respect, and fidelity.


Children: Edward, Daniel.

Wadis Edwards

Naomi (Ross) Edwards

Edward Brunson

Daniel Brunson