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Touch FM has positive signals for Boston's black community

DJ Asia Chandler works the board at WTCH-FM (106.1), which wants to fill a void by providing family-oriented music and community information. DJ Asia Chandler works the board at WTCH-FM (106.1), which wants to fill a void by providing family-oriented music and community information. (Photos by SUZANNE KREITER/GLOBE STAFF)
By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / January 20, 2007

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Asia Chandler paces back and forth inside the cramped Roxbury studio of WTCH-FM (106.1) . She sets up her play list. Brandy: check. Fantasia: check. Coming up: Avant and Destiny's Child. With her big headphones hugging her baseball cap, she leans into the microphone and sends a shout-out to Boston. (Full article: 1137 words)

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