By: Deltonia N. Shropshire, MA Response to an article written by Roderick L. Carey “Parents aren’t to blame for the achievement gap: A History of…
The Red Cross Needs You! They want you to know that they are on the ground helping. An initial $10 million to its main partner in the country – the Japanese Red Cross – to help with their medical and relief activities. As pledges are fulfilled and additional donations received, the American Red Cross plans […]
The Newseum, the only museum dedicated to news in the world, in Washington, D.C will host it’s first Martin Luther King Day Event on Sunday January 16, 2010.
“It is not enough for us to do our very best. We must do what is required of the situation.” – Cathy Hughes, 2005 Radio One continued to grow over the next decade. By the year of 2002 Radio One’s portfolio contained 63 stations, and by 2003 Radio One formed a joint venture with Comcast […]
Radio One has always been dedicated to it’s community, in every market that we operate. Over the years our stations have done some outstanding work in the community, here are some photos highlighting our markets and their community outreach efforts.
“We grow, we prosper, we do some incredibly wonderful things for the community. We call ourselves a family of stations. The common denominator is ONE family because that’s the name of our corporation. If we stick together, there is nothing we won’t accomplish.” – Cathy Hughes, 1993 The 1990’s was a great decade for Radio […]
“If I can help a few thousand people, then I know that my work has not been in vain.” – Cathy Hughes, 1985 The Radio one legacy begins with the flagship station WOL. In those days what we now know as Radio One was “Almic Broadcasting”; named after the sons of Catherine L Hughes and […]