Vice President Gore Moves To Ensure Federal Government Advertises In Black Media

November 1998
Jet;11/02/98, Vol. 94 Issue 23, p36
Reports that minority-owned media outlets have complained about a lack of advertising from the United States federal government. Decision of Vice President Al Gore to review the issue; His comments on a court decision that could limit minority participation in the radio and television industries.


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