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Effect of 'Essence' Sale on Black-Owned Media
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Effect of 'Essence' Sale on Black-Owned Media

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Effect of 'Essence' Sale on Black-Owned Media

Effect of 'Essence' Sale on Black-Owned Media
Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's Ed Gordon speaks to Derek Dingle, vice president and executive editor of Black Enterprise magazine, and Brett Pulley, a senior editor at Forbes magazine, about the sale of Essence magazine to the Time Warner media giant, and what the sale means for black-owned media.

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