Univision announced yesterday that it will carry Bounce TV, the first broadcast network for American Americans. The network reported that the deal would increase the coverage of Bounce
TV to 68 percent of the U.S., and 80 percent in African American homes. It
will be available in 24 of the top 25 markets.
John H. Johnson founded Johnson Publishing in 1942, with $500 that he obtained by securing a loan against his
mother’s furniture. He then began publishing a magazine that he called Ebony, a publication that focuses on African American history and culture. Today, CEO Desiree Rogers and Chairwoman Linda Johnson have set out to modernize Ebony and make the magazine a lifestyle brand.
Martin N. Davidson, associate professor of Leadership and
Organizational Behavior at the Darden Graduate School of Business,
University of Virginia, has a controversial theory about diversity: basically, that is has failed. Here, he talks to The Network Journal about the diversity dilemma.