Black Eyed Peas, oldies among members' musical playlists

The annual ceremony by the trade group, hosted by “Inside Edition’s” Deborah Norville, sought to honor local broadcasting stations that have made a difference by bringing attention to issues impacting people in their local communities. Fans were also treated to a two-song performance by Wonder, which included his 1971 single, "If You Really Love Me."

Acting Federal Communications Commission Chairwoman Mignon Clyburn said that while her favorite Wonder tune is “Superwoman,” her musical preference really “depends on my mood.”

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The daughter of Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) explained, "When I'm in a real weird mood, I listen to baroque. When I'm in an upbeat mood — I guess 60 percent of the time — it's R&B, then the rest jazz."

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