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Radio network fosters minority shows

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United Stations Radio Networks, New York, said it will enhance its marketing of radio programs to the African-American and Hispanic markets through a partnership with Anderson Communications, Atlanta. The radio network, founded in 1994 by Dick Clark and Nick Verbitsky, already markets to stations across the nation several urban programs. It now will offer sales and sponsorship packages for Anderson's four programs: "Focus on Women,'' an information program aimed at African-American women; "Holy Hip Hop,'' a new program featuring hip-hop gospel artists; "Inspirations Across America,'' a 2-hour contemporary gospel program; and "Power Minutes,'' a short program hosted by a motivational speaker.

Copyright November 1999, Crain Communications Inc.

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