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Phron Freeman (born April 13, 1973) is an American radio producer of the AC Green show. He has been inducted into the National Public Housing Museum as a storyteller for the Out of the Archives series.
Freeman was born to Robert Earl and Ferrell J. Otey-Freeman and raised in the Jane Addams housing project (ABLA Homes) in Chicago, Illinois. His mother raised his older brother, Aaron Otey and Phron as a single parent from the age of 10 months due to his father's death in 1974. As an adult, he attended Columbia College in Chicago and majored in Radio Broadcasting.
He lives in Illinois and produces many media projects with his girlfriend, LaDonna Raeh. He has two children, Kyronda Freeman (b. 1994) and Kejuan Freeman (b. 1998).
Freeman worked as a College and Lifestyle Marketing Representative (2015) and later became the first AMP Representative for Universal Music Group Distribution (UMGD) while simultaneously working as a radio producer at the only gospel FM station in Chicago 102.3 FM. As former radio producer for the Tom Joyner Morning Show (2016-2017) in the Chicagoland market on 106.3 FM Chicago, he is best known for his music selections and precise timing when it comes to segues, breaks and music bed choices.
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