Minority media: Next step debated

Teinowitz, Ira
March 1999
Advertising Age;3/1/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 9, p10
Trade Publication
This article addresses minority media issues discussed at a meeting sponsored by the American Advertising Federation in the U.S. in February 1999. According to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Bill Kennard, the discussion of minority media is an important first step and the next step is for them to work internally with some of the principles we have put on the table. Others were less convinced about the results of the meeting, with U.S. Representative Carolyn Kilpatrick sating she was disappointed no corporate executives attended.


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