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April Meeting Update
CPMA April 11 Morning Meeting Report
Fifteen media professionals joined together Thursday morning to welcome WSYR’s news anchor Nia Carter to the Christian Professional Media Alliance (CPMA) breakfast meeting at Denny’s in Liverpool.
Nia shared about her spiritual journey and how the Lord Jesus had made Himself known to her as a little 5 year old girl, and subsequently, how God’s Holy Spirit had led her into a dynamic spiritual life long adventure. Nia candidly explained how she had at times wrestled with the will of God, and how God’s faithful persistence had carried her through the tough times.
Nia Carter testified to some of the struggles in her early days of news reporting. She faced obstacles of being an African American, a woman, a single Mom, and a Christian.
Nia also entertained some Q & A time with the attendees, and we concluded our time praying for Nia to stand firm and continue to be light in a dark world.
Our next CPMA meeting will be a lunch meeting Thursday May 9 at 11:30 am. Once again it will be a Denny’s on 7th North in Liverpool. Lunch is self-pay. Keep looking for more information.
Serving Christ Jesus with you in professional media,
Mars Hill Network
April Meeting With Nia Carter
CPMA welcomes Nia Carter, for our April CPMA Meeting.
Learn a little about Nia before the meeting.
Radio, Rhododendrons, and pure Religion…
Nia Carter is a news staple on Syracuse’s largest radio news outlets, WSYR.
Nia got her start in the radio business in 1978 when she became a week-end news anchor in Cincinnati, Ohio. That job turned into the position of full time afternoon news anchor.
Nia Carter’s next news assignment took her to Buffalo, NY where she resided for about one year before taking a position in the Syracuse market with NewCity Communications later becomming ClearChannel in 1998. She has also written thousands of commercials for various radio outlets. Nia has been serving Central New York for nearly 16 years.
Abundant Life Christian Center in East Syracuse has been Nia’s home church since 1996. There she has served as Program Director of the church’s radio ministry and Life Change Group Facilitator.
Besides her career in news radio, she has a freelance/public relations and voiceover business. On the domestic side Nia is an avid flower gardener, and is Mom to one adult son and has a 7 year old grandson in New York City.
Nia wonderfully proclaims, “I love the Lord and I love His Word and I am so grateful that I am a spirit-filled, born again believer in Jesus Christ!”
CPMA welcomes WSYR’s Nia Carter. Come and be blessed!
Please RSVP to CPMA if you plan to attend.