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Interactive One CEO Alfred Liggins was recently featured in Hewlett Packard’s online video series titled “Every Passion Has A Story.”

*Alfred Liggins bio*

The series which also features Mia Buhler, Fern Mallis, and Niamh Shields, spotlights thought leaders from across the globe sharing their inspirational success stories.

Liggins, who is also the Chairman of TV One and CEO of Radio One, spoke about his experience in the radio industry and which technological tools he used to help educate, inform and entertain the African-American community.

“The progression of technology has allowed us to reach more people in a simpler, easier, ultimately more cost efficient manner,” said Liggins. “Technology is amazing from the standpoint that everything starts with a desire and a dream.”

Click here to view more “Every Passion Has A Story” videos

*NewsOne is also owned by Radio One.

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