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Media visionary Cathy Hughes will be inducted into the Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame for her pivotal contributions.

On Saturday (October 2), WOL News Talk 1450 in Washington D.C. celebrated its 41st anniversary - a moment which showcased the perseverance and tenacity of its founder, Urban One maven Cathy Hughes.

Throughout American history, Black disc jockeys did more than just spin records. They were, for Black listeners across the country, the influential voices of their communities.

In honor of National Radio Day, we are taking a look back at some of the hero's both past and present who trailblazed into the industry with their iconic ideas.

Jamie Foxx, Chance The Rapper, Missy Elliott and more attend the televised event.

Through its various platforms, Urban One's national reach touches 59 million households, 22 million listeners, 40 million video streams, 20 million unique visitors and 5 million app starts.

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.

Veteran Indianapolis radio host and beloved media staple Amos Brown died Friday at his family's home in Chicago.

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.

Donnie Simpson talks with NewsOne Now guest host Mo Ivory about his return to radio and TV.