Time and again, Ramos proves that he’s one of the most exciting TV journalists working today—not because of his charm and good looks (both of which he has in spades), but because he asks the kind of questions that most reporters simply won’t. His outspoken stands on issues ranging from immigration to healthcare means he’s not necessarily always objective, nor does he strive to play everything right down the middle. But opinionated or not, Ramos always fights for the truth and makes no secrets about his point of view as he tackles some of the toughest issues affecting both Hispanic and non-Hispanic audiences.

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RLJ, Allen Talk Barriers to Black Media Ownership

A lot has changed since Robert Johnson launched BET in 1980, but the barriers that existed then for Black-owned networks remain much the same. Johnson and Entertainment Studios founder Byron Allen agreed

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