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Dewey Hughes arrives to the opening night screening of the film "Talk to Me" in June 2007.
Before Don Imus and Howard Stern, Petey Greene rocked the radio airwaves.
Greene was a legendary shock jock and TV talk show host, but to black residents of Washington, D.C., he was much more: He was the voice of the African-American community.
A new documentary on the life of the charismatic broadcaster and community activist premiered this month on PBS. It's titled Adjust Your Color: The Truth of Petey Greene.
For more, Tony Cox speaks with Dewey Hughes, Greene's longtime friend and manager.