Cathy Hughes

Damon Little came through the “Get Up!” studio to hang out and chat with Erica Campbell and GRIFF about his gorgeous and powerful song, “I Won’t Be Defeated.” He talks about his quite legendary musical upbringing, and tells the story of the life-altering open heart surgery that inspired the song. Plus, he talks about the […]

Radio One founder Cathy Hughes is the first black woman to head a publicly traded company, and she is also the woman responsible for the largest black-owned broadcasting company in the United States. Howard University recently decided to honor Ms. Hughes by renaming its communications school after her! She talks about her experience at Howard- […]

Martin spoke with Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin about the impact of losing one of music's most beloved voices during Monday's edition of NewsOne Now.

Cathy Hughes, founder of Radio One (the parent company of this site), weighed in with some valuable words on the Black Lives Matter movement, which has often made headlines for its action in regards to efforts in Baltimore and Ferguson, and has spurred a national dialogue about race relations in America. Despite peaceful protests, circulating petitions, and […]

H Street in Washington D.C. wasn’t always known for its vibrant store fronts and electic mix of cultured professionals, celebrating life. There was a period…

The H Street Festival in Washington, DC will honor Radio One’s Founder Ms. Cathy Hughes by naming the corner of 4th & H Street NE…

“Who stands up for Black folks?” When you look at the programming on NewsOne Now, you will find Roland Martin and the only cable news…