|Residence||Miami Beach, Fla.|
|Notable credit(s)||The Miami SunPost|
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Branham-Bailey served as a staff writer and columnist for The Berea College Pinnacle in the 1980s. He was also an on-air broadcaster and copy writer for WDNA-FM, then the Berea College student radio station.
Branham-Bailey was an occasional free-lance stringer during the presidential campaigns of Jesse Jackson and Michael Dukakis in 1988, Jerry Brown and Bill Clinton in 1992, Bob Dole and running mate Jack Kemp in 1996, and Al Gore and George W. Bush in 2000, covering their campaigns in Virginia and Florida.
In 1996, he worked on the The Trust for Public Land's public relations campaign to win voters' passage of the Safe Neighborhood Parks Act in Miami-Dade County, Florida, a measure designed to allocate $200 million in bonds to improve parks and natural areas.[not in citation given] Voters approved it by a 67% margin in the November election.
SunPost columnist, 2010-present
In an April 2012 investigative series, he wrote about a corruption conspiracy involving Miami Beach code compliance officers and fire inspectors charged by Federal prosecutors for their alleged roles in the extortion of a South Beach nightclub. The scandal and its aftermath led to public protests that hastened the resignation in July of the city's manager, Jorge M. Gonzalez.
The Neil Rogers Show
In a January 2011 column eulogizing the late Miami radio personality Neil Rogers, Branham-Bailey revealed a long-time secret: he was the "Charlie B" that Rogers had frequently referred to on his daily radio talk show. From 2005 to 2009, Branham-Bailey, under the "Charlie B" sobriquet, supplied "The Neil Rogers Show" with many of the audience-interactive daily polls that Rogers used on his show's website:
- The polls didn’t merely serve as a barometer of the audience’s opinions. They also provoked discussion. One of mine was the genesis of an off-and-on debate between Neil, Jorge, and callers that lasted for the better part of a week, and beyond. Such was the power of the polls, to be provocative. 
- "Outdoor Recreation in Florida - 2000". Tallahassee, Florida.: Florida Department of Environmental Protection. 2000. pp. 3 – 9.
- Branham-Bailey, Charles (February 2, 2012). "Mitt's Dirty Trick". The Miami SunPost
- Branham-Bailey, Charles (January 12, 2012). "Bye Bye, Bachmann". The Miami SunPost
- Branham-Bailey, Charles (June 16, 2011). "Luther Campbell, Two-Faced Phony?". The Miami SunPost
- Branham-Bailey, Charles (September 16, 2010). "Glenn Beck, You Dreck". The Miami SunPost
- Branham-Bailey, Charles (May 28, 2010). "So What's the Herald Got Against Porn?". The Miami SunPost
- Branham-Bailey, Charles (December 9, 2010). "Has Sanity Any Hope? When Pope's A Dope? Nope.". The Miami SunPost
- "FBI — Eight Individuals Charged and Arrested in Two Separate Corruption Investigations". Fbi.gov. Retrieved 2013-10-21.
- Branham-Bailey, Charles (April 19, 2012). "Chronology of a Crime". The Miami SunPost
- Branham-Bailey, Charles (April 26, 2012). "10 Kilos, A Duffel Bag, and a Police Escort". The Miami SunPost
- Branham-Bailey, Charles (January 6, 2011)."Now That Neil's Gone, Radio Won't Be the Same". The Miami SunPost
- Branham-Bailey's archived columns at The Miami SunPost