Hughes, Alan
December 2004
Black Enterprise;Dec2004, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p130
Focuses on the profitability of African American comedians in the entertainment industry. Audience rating and DVD sales generated by the TV comedy program "Chappelle's Show," starring Dave Chappelle; Business techniques initiated by the new generation of African American comedians to maximize their marketability; Comedians who penetrated the Hollywood mainstream such as Jaime Foxx and Eddie Murphy.


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