Examining the Future of Black News Media With Black Entertainment Television's announcement that it will cancel its nightly news program in favor of a string of hourly news briefs, NPR's Allison Keyes examines concerns about the future of African-American news organizations.
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Examining the Future of Black News Media

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With Black Entertainment Television's announcement that it will cancel its nightly news program in favor of a string of hourly news briefs, NPR's Allison Keyes examines concerns about the future of African-American news organizations.

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Correction April 28, 2005

This report misidentified the 'Atlanta Daily World' newspaper as another publication. We regret the error, and apologize.