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Celebrating 42 years of Radio One! Take a walk down memory lane in celebration of how founder Cathy Hughes built America's largest Black-owned broadcasting company.

Radio One founder Cathy Hughes is the first black woman to head a publicly traded company, and she is also the woman responsible for the largest black-owned broadcasting company in the United States. Howard University recently decided to honor Ms. Hughes by renaming its communications school after her! She talks about her experience at Howard- […]

Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images: Stellar Award winner and Dove-nominated gospel artist Maurette Brown Clark will be the new host of middays on Praise 103.9 radio. “The Sound of Praise with Maurette Brown Clark” will debut Monday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. She will be broadcasting live in both Philadelphia and Baltimore, alternating […]

Radio One Founder, Cathy Hughes Letter for Amos Brown’s Service To the family and friends of Amos Brown and Particularly his Radio One Indianapolis Family Members… I give thanks and praise to God from Whom all blessings flow. It is with saddened hearts that the Radio One Family says goodbye to Amos Brown, a man […]

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.

Radio One, the parent company of NewsOne,  plans a series of expos aimed at African American women to introduce them to financial management tools, including…

Catherine L. Hughes, founder and chairperson of Radio One, Inc., the largest African American-owned and operated broadcast company in the U.S., is one three new…

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation will bestow its coveted Phoenix Award on Cathy Hughes, Chairperson and Founder of Radio One. Ms. Hughes joined Roland Martin…

Cathy Hughes talks about her role as founder of Radio One, the largest black-owned broadcast company in America and what it was like to be…