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138th Street & Convent Avenue
North Academic Center
City College of New York
New York, NY 10030

WHCR is one of the few low powered FM radio stations in New York City. Owned and Operated by The City College of New York, WHCR has been broadcasting non-stop since 1986. WHCR is the only community radio station licensed by the FCC to serve the Harlem community, home to 500,000 residents. WHCR's signal reaches as far south as 42nd Street in Manhattan, as far north as 240th Street in the Bronx, as far west as Teaneck, New Jersey and as far east as Flushing, Queens.

UPTOWN Media Group
UPTOWN magazine
113 East 125th Street, 2nd Floor
, NY 10035

Founded in 2004, Uptown Media Group is the only luxury lifestyle company that targets the Affluent African American (AAA) Market. UPTOWN Magazine affords luxury purveyors the broadest access to this highly sought-after male and female demographic. Uptown Media Group, LLC offers both traditional and innovative strategies, including UPTOWN Magazine (published quarterly with NYC, Chicago, Atlanta, Washington, DC and National editions),, the interactive website and Uptown's signature events. UPTOWN Magazine is available by subscription at and on national newsstands, including Hudson News. UPTOWN Magazine, a toast to Luxury, Lifestyle and Living.

New York Amsterdam News
2340 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
New York, NY 10027
Tel: 212-932-7400

The New York Amsterdam News is a weekly newspaper geared for the African-American community of New York City. It was founded on December 4, 1909 by James Henry Anderson in Harlem, New York. At its height in the 1940's it had a circulation of 100,000 and was one of the four largest African-American newspapers in the United States. It has published columns by such notables as W.E.B. Dubois, Roy Wilkins, Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. and Malcom X. The current editor and publisher is Elinor Tatum, daughter of Wilbert "Bill" Tatum

Harlem World Magazine

PO Box # 1405
New York
, New York 10027
(212) 696-7929 

Through the prism of urban general interest, HW chronicles Harlem celebrities, culture, fashion, lifestyle, health, sports, news, business and philanthropy. With an authoritative voice, HW creates trends as much as it records them. HW covers music, educates its readers on Harlem History, and gives back to the community. HW serves as a portal to a growing, young, trend-setting, multicultural audience. By being excellent journalists and innovative marketers, we are champions of urban culture

Harlem News Group
Phone: 212-996-6006
Fax: 212-996-6010

The Harlem News Group, Inc. publishes four newspapers; Harlem Community News, Queens Community News, Brooklyn Community News and Bronx Community News. These publications are “free” to our readers. We currently distribute 50,000 weekly copies in malls, supermarkets, retail outlets, apartment buildings, banks, colleges, YMCA, libraries and cultural institutions in the communities we serve. Our editorial features “only” positive news and information.