Cathy Hughes, Urban One’s renowned founder and chairperson, and Alfred Liggins III, CEO of Urban One and TV One, have been inducted into the Cablefax Cable Center Hall of Fame for their work diversifying cable television.
Rev. Al Sharpton recently caught up with Urban One CEO Alfred Liggins to discuss the company's branded casino proposals for the city of Richmond, Virginia.
A new survey seeking feedback from Richmond, Virginia, residents about plans to build a casino there follows criticism from African American business leaders that they and Black residents haven't been considered for the economic opportunities.
The decision to suspend production of NewsOne Now’s award-winning morning news TV show was a “difficult choice,” but it doesn’t mean an end to the channel’s news coverage of and for Black people.
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.
The hour-long primetime special, Cathy Hughes One on One: A NewsOne Special, premiered Tuesday on TV One.
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.
Radio One CEO Alfred C. Liggins III will soon join television history when accepts the tremendous honor of a Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame induction at the annual ceremony this week.
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