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|Born||February 27, 1962|
Brooklyn, New York
|Time slot||Saturday afternoons|
Ralph McDaniels (born February 27, 1962) is a music video director, DJ and VJ. He co-created and co-hosts the music video program Video Music Box with Lionel C. Martin. After interning at WNYC, and subsequently becoming a radio engineer, he created Studio 31 Dance Party, a television show revolving around recordings of music performances. This show would transform into Video Music Box.
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- Manny Faces, "Ralph McDaniels interview: Speaks on 30 years of Video Music Box & upcoming celebrations on The NY Hip Hop Report", Birthplace Magazine website, 31 Jan 2013.
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