Baltimore's Booker T. Washington Middle School launches development programs for families and teachers.
Howard University on Sunday honored Cathy Hughes, Founder and Chairperson of Radio One, Inc., the largest Black-owned multi-media company in the country, at the unveiling of the Cathy Hughes School of Communications.
In an attempt to introduce innovation and competition into the cable/satellite set-top box industry, the FCC has proposed opening up cable boxes to third parties to lower costs and make it easier for cable/satellite subscribers to access online streaming services like Netflix and Hulu.
Today Radio One celebrates 34 years in business. Radio One Founder Dr. Cathy Hughes has worked tirelessly for 34 years to make Radio One “the most trusted source in the African American community that informs, entertains and inspires our audience by providing culturally relevant integrated content through our radio, television and digital platforms.” Enjoy this […]
“We grow, we prosper, we do some incredibly wonderful things for the community. We call ourselves a family of stations. The common denominator is ONE family because that’s the name of our corporation. If we stick together, there is nothing we won’t accomplish.” – Cathy Hughes, 1993 The 1990’s was a great decade for Radio […]
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