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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: April 5, 2007
Radio personality Don Imus used racist and sexist statements on air on April 5, 2007....


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


Protestors Blast Democrat John Conyers
Protestors Blast Democrat John Conyers over bill requiring radio stations to pay record companies....


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


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


Maya Angelou Hosts Black History Month Special
Maya Angelou is hosting an hour-long syndicated radio special on the civil rights era that will air...


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...


Radio Hosts Call for an Anti-Racism Economic 'Blackout'
Posted Oct. 31, 2007 – Could African Americans put a dent in racism by agreeing not to spend a sing...


Chuck D: I Want to Change the Face of Urban Radio
Public Enemy frontman explains why radio needs an overhaul, calls out Hot 97 again....


Rihanna Wins Big at the iHeart Radio Award
Rih takes home four awards, plus new Michael Jackson debuts....


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....


Audio of Floyd Mayweather Struggling to Read Released
That awkward moment when the best boxer in the world has to do a radio drop....


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....


This Day in Black History: May 24, 1974
Composer and musician Duke Ellington died at age 74....


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....


Obama Speaks to Black America
President Barack Obama discusses the economy and voting rights with Black leaders and radio hosts....


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


Republican Party Celebrates Black History Month With Lunch and a Big Ad Buy
The RNC kicks off Black History Month with tributes to trailblazers....


Young South African to Be First Black African in Space
Mandla Maseko, a 25-year-old South African, is set to be the first Black African to go to space in ...

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