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Howard University is set to rename its School of Communication after media maven, Cathy Hughes on Sunday, October 23rd at an official ceremony. The CEO/Founder of TV One talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about the amazing achievement and how she first got her start in radio.

On rumors of her living in a radio station when she first started:

“I was in a sleeping bag in the studio on the floor. I lived in the station for 18 months.”

In addition to the renaming, TV One will pay homage to Mrs. Hughes with a News One Now Primetime Special airing October 18th and 19th and a One-on-One with Cathy Hughes Marathon airs October 19th on TV One.

Click the link above to hear the entire interview.

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2 thoughts on “Cathy Hughes Reveals How She Got Her Start Her In Radio, Importance Of HBCUs

  1. Going to an HBCU was one of the most fulfilling experiences of my life. As a black person, I felt that I was truly being treated l fairly in accordance to my merit.
    I am forever grateful to Alabama State University for giving me this experience.

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