September 26, 2008

WPUL Radio commercial: Democrats need to spend more Ad Dollars with Black Media

1590 WPUL in Daytona Beach began running ads Monday criticizing the Democratic Party for ignoring Black voters. Black-owned radio stations and newspapers have complained to the Florida Democratic Party about the lack of political ads placed in black-owned media. A lack of response prompted the radio ads on 1590 AM (WPUL), said Charles W. Cherry II, publisher of The Florida Courier, a statewide black newspaper.

"If you want to win by getting black people to vote in the state of Florida, you must actively engage the black community's political culture. A large part of this culture is black-owned media," said Cherry, whose family owns 11 radio stations and two newspapers.

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