Morgan DeBaun on Leadership and the Future of Black News | How I Built This | NPR

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Published on 7 Jul 2020, 17:15
Since it's founding in 2014, Blavity Inc. has a massive platform made for and by Black millennials, covering everything from travel and tech, to politics and news, to entertainment and lifestyle. For founder and CEO Morgan DeBaun, a modern newsroom should be built to serve its communities, and legacy media companies aren't measuring up.

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