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A Digital Black Press?: Exploring What Constitutes the Black Press Online

@inproceedings{Williams2016ADB,
  title={A Digital Black Press?: Exploring What Constitutes the Black Press Online},
  author={Miya Christine Williams},
  year={2016}
}
The traditional black press is typically conceptualized as legacy print publications that are produced by and for African Americans and that advocate for the race. Yet in the current digital environment, black-targeted websites that primarily produce entertainment news and sites that target African-American readers but are owned by white media companies create ambiguity. While research has been conducted on how mainstream publications have adapted to the digital landscape, this paper examines… CONTINUE READING