Radio One: Cathy Hughes As a kid, Cathy Hughes practiced her DJ routine while her siblings banged on the bathroom door. As an adult, she founded Radio One, the country's largest African-American owned broadcasting company.
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Radio One: Cathy Hughes

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As a kid, Cathy Hughes practiced her DJ routine while her siblings banged on the bathroom door. As an adult, she founded Radio One, the country's largest African-American owned broadcasting company.

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Radio One founder Cathy Hughes. She is the second richest African-American woman in the country.
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