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I See Black People: The Rise and Fall of African Amercian-Owned Television and Radio

I See Black People: The Rise and Fall of African Amercian-Owned Television and Radio -

"I See Black People" is a narrative history of the behind-the-scenes politics of black television and radio ownership, including the stories of the failure of the Black Famlly Channel, The World African Network, and Russell Simmons Fabulous TV, as well as that of Catherine Hughes, who'd aggressively acquired radio stations, becoming the first ... Read More

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