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March 17, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Black Cable Network Planned: Eugene Jackson, president and chairman of Unity Broadcasting Inc. and founder of the World African Network, is starting the first premium cable service aimed at African-Americans. World African Network will be launched in June, 1994, with start-up costs of $15 million. Jackson said the service will target about 7.4 million African-American homes.
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March 17, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Black Cable Network Planned: Eugene Jackson, president and chairman of Unity Broadcasting Inc. and founder of the World African Network, is starting the first premium cable service aimed at African-Americans. World African Network will be launched in June, 1994, with start-up costs of $15 million. Jackson said the service will target about 7.4 million African-American homes.
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September 27, 1990 | From United Press International
Two black-owned radio stations are boycotting new releases from Sony Corp.'s CBS Records because of a racial slur by a Japanese Cabinet minister, a station official said today. Joe Tamburro, programming director for WDAS-FM, said his station and WDAS-AM will continue to play CBS records but will not play any new releases. Tamburro said "a whole bunch of stuff" came out this week that the station has not played.
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