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Rush Limbaugh Says Idris Can't Be 007 Because He's Black
Radio host says James Bond should be "white and Scottish."...


Spike Lee Mixes NYPD Chokehold Footage With Do the Right Thing Scene
The director parallels the recent brutal incident with Radio Raheem's murder in the film....


This Day in Black History: Oct. 3, 1949
WERD, the nation's first Black-owned radio station, opened in Atlanta, on Oct. 3, 1949....


This Day in Black History: Dec. 1, 1957
Singer/songwriter Vesta Williams was born on Dec. 1, 1957....


John Carlos Rips Charles Barkley for Ferguson Comments
Olympic icon thinks NBA Hall of Famer should keep mouth shut....


Commentary: Soccer Remains a Niche Sport Among Urban Blacks
U.S. team needed to go farther in World Cup to grab the interest of inner-city youth....


Obama Says Blacks Are Better Off Now Than Six Years Ago
President Obama ends year-end presser with a question about race....


The Party's Over: Black Voters Must Turn Out for Themselves
The time has come for African-Americans to vote for their own interests....


Cipha Sounds and Hot 97 Part Ways
DJ is no longer with NYC radio station "effective immediately."...


Cipha Sounds Shares Frustrations With Hot 97
Radio DJ vents about programming shakeup on the latest Juan Epstein podcast....


Commentary: Dear White and Black People, Go See This Movie
Dear White People offers a nuanced look at identity and culture in America....


This Day in Black History: May 16, 1964
Motown Records has its first No. 1 hit with Mary Wells’s “My Guy" on May 16, 1964....


Houston Radio Station Switches to All-Beyoncé
News92 FM fires staff, turns to Queen Bey for help in rebranding efforts....


Odd Future Launches 24-Hour Radio Station
DJ Skee partners with the group for a non-stop digital takeover....


This Day in Black History: Aug. 29, 1979
The Mutual Black Network becomes the first completely Black-owned radio network in the world....


This Day in Black History: July 2, 1964
President Lyndon Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act of 1964 into law....


Inner City Broadcasting May Face Chapter 11
Creditors are looking to put Inner City Broadcasting into bankruptcy for their over $200 million in...


Activists Continue Defense of Black Radio
Activists Continue Defense of Black Radio...


News| Race In America | Radio Host Who Made "Black Baby" Comment Gets TV Gig
Posted Feb. 14, 2006 – Remember the radio talk show host who kicked off a storm by saying, "that yo...


Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" Breaks Radio Airplay Record
Thicke's single has reached an audience of 242 million....

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