Charles Edward Johnson is the First African American millennial to run a major media outlet in Shreveport, Louisiana. Currently, he’s the youngest African American in the United States of America that gives leadership to a top gospel radio station listed with Billboard Gospel.
Johnson has been in radio for over a decade with strong performances in sales and programming. He’s sold over a million dollars worth of advertising in his young career and led a historical radio station into a new era successfully.
He’s Director of KOKA Radio Station, the first African American Radio Station in Shreveport. In addition to radio, Johnson started his own business, CeJay Enterprises of Louisiana, LLC, and serves as the company Chairman & Chief Executive Officer. The company owns and operates other organizations and employs over 20 individuals.
“KOKA has a rich history in our community and a great foundation to build its future,” said Cary Camp, Vice President/Market Manager for Shreveport, Longview, and Tyler markets. “I’m glad to have him back as I know he’ll do great things for the station.”
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