Sheilah Belle “The Belle” has worked in the field of broadcast news, journalism and with the press for over 25 years. The Belle is also the Mid-Day host 10am to 3p.m., for one of the most powerful Gospel radio stations in the country with 100,000 watts of power, Monday through Friday @ Radio One’s Praise 104.7 FM, Richmond, VA. Among her many honors, Ms. Belle was inducted into the Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2005, has been honored by the Gospel Music Workshop of America Gospel Announcers Guild, with the Print Media Award for 2007, the Crystal Mic Award, Rhythm of Gospel Awards Print Media, several Community Service Awards and received two appointments by then Virginia Governor Douglas L. Wilder. She has worked as a News Reporter for BET, WWL TV 4 in New Orleans, WRIC-TV, Richmond, VA, The Light and the Sheraton Broadcasting Network, Health Producer, for the ABC Richmond, VA TV affiliate, and Talk Show Hostess from New Orleans to New York for television and radio. Ms. Belle also works as a Media Consultant and Publicist. She is now recognized as one of the most respected Multi-Media Journalist in the country and has become a highly requested Inspirational speaker as she continues to grow her ministry to inspire and uplift others. As a result, she is NOW doing more speaking engagements in Churches, Music Workshops, Conferences, and Non-Profit Organizations with topics ranging from Ministry to Social Media.
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The coronavirus scare continues to grow, now affecting game shows and audience participation. The latest to take precautionary actions are two of the most popular shows on television — “Jeopardy!” and “Wheel of Fortune.”
According to officials with the show, effective, Tuesday, March 10, ‘Wheel’ and ‘Jeopardy’ will be shot without live audience participation. No word on just how long this will last, however sources say it will just depend on the continue spreading of the virus.
There were also other factors that went into making the deciding including Alex Trebek who is battling stage 4 pancreatic cancer. Because of his compromised immune system from chemotheraphy and other treatments, executives feel it is simply too risky to expose him any size audience.