“The radio market in Boston and its surrounding areas is only 6.4 percent black, according to BIA Financial Network, a Virginia company tracking the radio industry. Still, many black Bostonians said the sale will destroy a cultural connection with fellow urbanites from coast to coast.
. . . An undercurrent of the discussions about WILD yesterday centered on the value of Radio One, a 25-year-old company that owns 70 urban stations across the country.”
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