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Charter Highlights Power of Diversity in TVOne “Downsized” Premier

In the midst of a standing room only crowd during the Tom Joyner Family Reunion, Charter Communications partnered with TVOne and the Central Florida...

Roland Martin Tackles Impact of #UnlockTheBox on Minority Programmers

On February 18, the Federal Communications Commission proposed a new rule requiring cable and satellite providers to disaggregate their content from the set top...

#UnlockTheBox: Claims Consumer Benefits, But A Costly Exchange in the End

Last fall Congress held a hearing on Federal Communications Commission Oversight to explore the proper role of the FCC in supporting our increasingly broadband-reliant,...

Coca-Cola Focused on Water, Women and Well-Being in the New Year

Roland Martin, seasoned journalist, political pundit, and host of TVOne's NewsOne Now, recently interviewed Lisa Borders, President of The Coca-Cola Foundation about her vision for the organization.

Do You Believe in ‘Magic’?

New Minority Channels Face Uphill Battle

Bounce Jumps Off – but, Just Another “BET?”

BounceTV is Andrew Young and Martin Luther King III's attempt at a new Black cable network. But, what makes it any different?

What Lies at Stake for Internet Businesses, Minority Start-Ups and the...

At a time when many are still reeling from high national unemployment during the worst economic downturn this nation has seen since the Great Depression, the choice of Internet entrepreneurship may become a more viable business opportunity for many Americans, particularly, minorities and women.