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Kyle is the founder, publisher, and editor-in-chef of Marcom Weekly. He is responsible for leading the vision, overseeing editorial, and driving operations of the publication. Kyle has 16 years of experience working with reporters and executives to create, develop, write, and air news, feature stories, and opinion editorial. His story ideas have appeared in major media outlets including Associated Press, Reuters, People en Espanol, Prevention, and the Today Show. Kyle previously led public relations programs for Universal McCann, Horizon Media, Nickelodeon, Sony Music Entertainment, Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Samsung, HP, Del Monte, ConAgra Foods, and Kellogg’s. He is also the previous owner of Internet radio station SpinFM, founded at 16 years old, and a web hosting business, which he founded at 13 years old.



Michael Days is recently retired from The Philadelphia Inquirer, where he served for two years as the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion and led cultural literacy programs.

Before that he was Vice President, Editor for Reader Engagement. He spent 10 years as editor of the Philadelphia Daily News, which won a Pulitzer Prize in 2010 for investigative reporting under his leadership.

He began his career as a reporter, working in Minneapolis, then served in Rochester, N.Y.; and at the Louisville Courier-Journal. He also worked in the Philadelphia bureau of the Wall Street Journal  before joining the *Daily News* in 1986. At the Daily News he served as a reporter, business editor, assistant managing editor and deputy managing editor before being named editor in 2005.

In 2014, Days was awarded the prestigious Robert G. McGruder Award for Diversity Leadership. The McGruder Award is given annually to individuals, news organizations or teams of journalists who embody the spirit of McGruder, a former newsroom leader of the Detroit Free Press and  Cleveland Plain Dealer. McGruder, who died in 2002, was considered one of the most relentless diversity champions in the industry.

In 2017, Days was inducted into the National Association of Black Journalists Hall of Fame. He is a past president of the News Leaders Association (NLA) and had served for many years in leadership positions with the Associated Press Media Association, now folded into the NLA. He has served as a Pulitzer Prize judge several times.

In addition, he is on the Board of Advisors for Temple University’s Klein College of Media and Communications.

Days is the author of “Obama’s Legacy – What He Accomplished as President,” published in September 2016 by Center Street Press.

He is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross and earned a master’s degree from the University of Missouri School of Journalism.

Days is now a partner in Editorsoncall LLC, an editorial services company founded by his spouse, Angela P. Dodson, in 2012 that actively supports clients in need of writing, editing, graphic and editorial services.

He is the father of four sons and grandfather to five.


Angela P. Dodson is author of “Remember the Ladies: Celebrating Those Who Fought for Freedom at the Ballot Box” about the woman suffrage movement in the United States and women’s political gains up to the present. Published in hardback by Center Street in May 2017, it was released in paperback March 5, 2019. She also wrote the introduction to the 100th anniversary edition of “Jailed for Freedom: A First-Person Account of the Militant Fight for Woman Suffrage,” released March 3, 2020, by Black Dog and Levanthal.

Dodson is an independent editor, writer and consultant. She earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism at Marshall University and a master’s degree in journalism and public affairs from the American University.

Angela is a former senior editor and former Style editor for the New York Times. She is the former executive editor of Black Issues Book Review and a former online editor and book reviewer for DIVERSE: Issues In Higher Education. She was also the host of an award-winning, radio program, “Black Catholics, Yes!” about Black Roman Catholics for the Diocese of Trenton, NJ.

She received the Trailblazer award from the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists in 2018.

In recent years, Dodson has edited and ghost-written books for major publishers and numerous self-published authors of fiction and nonfiction. She is founder and CEO of Editorsoncall LLC., which helps link clients to editors, writers and graphic artists.

A native of Beckley, West Virginia, she was reared mostly in western and south-central Pennsylvania and returned as a teenager to the Charleston, West Virginia-area.

Angela is married to Michael I. Days, who was vice president for diversity and inclusion of the Philadelphia Media Network before retiring in 2021. He is the author of “Obama’s Legacy: What He Accomplished as President,” also published by Center Street. He was editor of The Philadelphia Daily News, and has served as managing editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer. He is a partner in Editorsoncall LLC. Michael was also the national president of the News Leaders Association. The couple raised four sons, brothers they adopted in 1991.

Angela is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., the National Congress of Black Women, the National Association of Black Journalists, the Central New Jersey Chapter of the Gospel Music Workshop of America, the Knights of St. John Ladies Auxiliary and the Trenton Torch Club.


Rae is a senior correspondent for Marcom Weekly and is based in Ohio.


Marissa is a correspondent for Marcom Weekly and is based in Philadelphia.


Carla is a correspondent for Marcom Weekly and is based in New York.


Nicole is a correspondent for Marcom Weekly and is based in Florida.
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Ingrid is a correspondent for Marcom Weekly and is based in District of Columbia.
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CORRESPONDENTGayle Starling-Melvin

Gayle is a correspondent for Marcom Weekly.
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CORRESPONDENTDwight Cunningham

Dwight is a correspondent for Marcom Weekly and is based in New York.


Karen is a senior editorial assistant for Marcom Weekly and is based in Philippines.


Jeleen is a web developer for Marcom Weekly and is based in Philippines.


Christian is a brand strategy director for Marcom Weekly and is based in Philadelphia.


Chief officer of magazine, where she oversees digital product strategy as well as community dev. initiatives.


Experienced newspaper photographer, videographer and film editor, from New York.


Senior manager at Magazine Ltd., leading strategic initiatives in ecommerce marketing platforms


Inna has 15 years of experience in strategic partnership and business development, particularly in Europe.