Local and national radio ad revenue sank 25% in the second quarter of 2009, to $3.4 billion, per the Radio Advertising Bureau. Local and national
Let's face it, the industry continues to shift and change. While it's been a great place to make money (or it least it WAS) it's
In black households, the most-watched cable program -- indeed, one of the most popular TV shows, period -- continues to be TBS' Tyler Perry's "House
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HIP-HOP SUMMIT ACTION NETWORK'S "HIP-HOP TEAM VOTE" INITIATIVE CONTINUES WORK TO EDUCATE AND MOBILIZESuper Tuesday was larger than life in more ways than one. Results
With the release yesterday of the Arbitron PPM data for New York City, the National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters (NABOB) renewed its call for