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Dominique DiPrima is the host of the daily early morning talk radio show The Front Page with Dominique DiPrima on Los Angeles radio station KJLH 102.3-FM. Ms. DiPrima is also producer of the program which tackles issues of interest to the African American and progressive communities.
She was the news anchor for KJLH radio station owner Stevie Wonder when he hosted his Stevie Wonder Morning Thunder Thousand Dollar Thursdays on KJLH morning drive.
Ms. DiPrima spent three years as a co-host of The Steve Harvey Morning Show on KKBT-FM Los Angeles, and in limited syndication. She was the News Director/Anchor for the show.
Dominique is a talk radio veteran, with a stint as Host and Producer of her own talk show Street Science with Dominique DiPrima for almost nine years on 100.3-FM The Beat. She also served as Community Action Director at the Beat, building the department into an unprecedented, large arm of the radio station, and working closely with grassroots community organizations. For that work she was able to earn the radio station a NAB Crystal Award. Street Science landed Dominique an L.A. Weekly “Best of L.A.” award, and a Gracie Award from the American Women in Radio and Television.
Dominique DiPrima was a Television Host for San Francisco NBC affiliate KRON-TV. Working on-camera as well as in the role of segment producer, Dominique garnered five Emmy Awards, six Parents Choice Awards, and the SAG/AFTRA American Scene Award for positive portrayals of women, the disabled, senior citizens and minorities.
Dominique is also deeply involved in her community, emceeing, speaking and participating at countless non-profit events, and fundraisers. She was the Director of the acclaimed Summer of Success violence prevention program in Baldwin Village in 2003 and 2004. In 2005 she was appointed Commissioner for the Commission on the Status of Women, by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. She has been recognized for her work in promoting dialogue between ethnic groups by the Los Angeles Human Relations Commission. She is the recipient of a 2012 Courageous Leadership Award from Women Against Gun Violence. And she was named “Woman of the Year” by Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson in 2017.
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