Black Press

Friday, September 27, 2002

Once regarded as the voice of a stifled people, the nation’s 200-plus black newspapers now suffer from a steadily declining readership, fewer advertising dollars, stiff competition, and even a generational divide. What is the future of the black press? On the Media’s Phillip Martin reports.
    Music Playlist
  • Well Tempered Klavier II, E minor Fugue
    Artist: Johann Sebastian Bach

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