Cathy Hughes

Dr. Willie Jolley focuses his "Wake Up & Win" for today on the benefits of persistence using our very own Urban One founder Cathy Hughes as a prime example.

Urban One Inc. ⁣Founder & Chairwoman Cathy Hughes joined us today (May 10) as we celebrated our 5th anniversary! 

Cathy Hughes, founder and chairperson of Urban One, Inc., makes history as the first African-American woman to be inducted into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame in the radio category.

  Our fearless leader, Urban One founder Cathy Hughes will be inducted into the NAB Broadcasting Hall Of Fame! 

https://youtu.be/JA4CkhaGrQ8 Today we celebrate the 86th Birthday of Baba Dick Gregory.  The comedian, civil rights activist and humanitarian had left a legacy that will last a lifetime. Urban One Founder, Ms. Cathy Hughes tells a story about Gregory’s philanthropy after a live broadcast that you have to hear to believe. Rest In Peace Baba Gregory. RELATED: […]

While the passing of Aretha Franklin sent shockwaves throughout the world, many were able to celebrate the life of the “Queen Of Soul.”

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 explains how Erica Campbell has impressed her throughout her successful career, and how she helped Cathy with her gospel symposium and other aspects of Radio One. She also muses about her love for GRIFF, reveals that she tries to book him any chance she gets, and even brings up one […]

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- […]