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N-Touch News and Radio

N-TOUCH News is a multimedia company focused on entertaining and enlightening the African American community with local, national and international news. The print newspaper was founded in 1996 by Daryl Johnson and Tampa Bay Tammy as a monthly publication serving the Tampa Bay area and surrounding communities.

Serving more than 60K people across its footprint, the publication has featured columns from prominent political leaders, entertainers and subject matter experts.

In 2016, the company expanded into radio, launching N-TOUCH Radio, a 24-hour streaming station that features digital music, podcasts and live radio. N-TOUCH News and Radio are both available on multiple platforms.

N-TOUCH News is the proud supporter of the Braxton Daryl Johnson Foundation.

TampaBay Tammy

Tammy Johnson

aka "Tampa Bay Tammy"

The incredible, inconquerable, the indisputable queen of Reality Radio, Tampa BayTammy!  Born in Memphis TN from a family of 3 girls, Tammy is the youngest and as the saying goes, the youngest is the most spoiled.  

Tampa Bay Tammy is a leader, a motivator and a determined woman of color, making her mark on society and continues to do extraordinary things in the media markets.


Married to Daryl Johnson, a retired Plant Manager of the Postal Service, for the past 37 years, have 4 children. Kassidy, Communications Exec.w/First Horizon Bank, Tamina, Dr. of Bio-Chem.Engineering, Kindall, Diplomat in the State Department. and their son Braxton, who is deceased.


In her 20's she was Super Mom, raising children and taking care of home.


In her 30's she became Tampa Bay Tammy, a radio and sales personality with Clear Channel's Q105 FM & 1380AM and 1150AM WTMP.  As a radio personality, she started out with the Tom Joyner morning show here in the local AM Tampa Bay market. She quickly moved to the FM side and became Girlfriend on the morning country show of Q105.  Later she worked with WTMP, the Boss of the Bay, with "The Real Deal Larry Steele" on their morning show. 


In her 40's she became co-owner and publisher of N-TOUCH News, a monthly publication that covers news and entertainment in the Bay Area.  The newspaper covers 16 cities with over 650 distribution points that she helped to establish.  The cities are Bradenton, Brandon, Clearwater, Lakeland, Largo, New Port Richey, Oldsmar, Odessa, Plant City, Riverview, Sarasota, Safety Harbor, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Tarpon Springs, and Wesley Chapel, Florida.  


In her 50's Tammy is now the Chief Operation Officer of Intercultural Communications, Inc., a media conglomerate with N-TOUCH News,, and N-TOUCH Radio.  She is a graduate of the University of South Florida and the recipient of many accolades and awards.    


Daryl Johnson

     aka "DJ CEO"

Originally from Memphis Tennessee he has been a Florida resident since 1986. He is a graduate from USF with a Bachelors in Sociology. After 39 years of service to the US Postal Service, Daryl Johnson recently retired as the Plant Manager of Baton Rouge Distribution Center. There he was responsible for a 35 million dollar budget, 450 employees, and all the functions of a large processing and distribution facility. 


Daryl Johnson is the CEO and founder of Intercultural Communications, Inc. a news conglomerate which operates, N-TOUCH Radio and N-Touch Newspaper, the good news publication, which has been serving the Bay area for over18 years. 


Daryl Johnson is the Co-founder of the Power Couples' Ball. An annual formal affair which promotes marriages and presents “ The Power Couple of the Year” award. 


Daryl Johnson is an active member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity and a member of the Masons. 

He is a dedicated member of Bible Based Fellowship Church at Ehrlich Road, where he serves on the Usher Board. 


Most importantly, Daryl Johnson is a family man. He is married to the lovely and vivacious Tampa Bay Tammy, He is the father of 4 successful adults, Kassidy Johnson of Washington DC, Tamina Johnson, a doctoral candidate at USF in Tampa, Braxton Johnson (deceased) and Kindall Sunshine Hayes, a diplomat in Bogota Colombia.


Kindall J. Hayes, Kassidy Johnson, Dr. Tamina J. Jeffers

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