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Minority Media Council Donates Funds to Howard University

WASHINGTON, February 11, 2010 – The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council has donated $175,000 to Howard University’s John H. Johnson School of Communications.

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WASHINGTON, February 11, 2010 – The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council has donated $175,000 to Howard University’s John H. Johnson School of Communications.

The money will be used for various initiatives, including planning for the construction of a new facility and updating technology and equipment.

“With significant donations from partners like MMTC, we are confident the school will continue to empower our students with knowledge of communications technology and policy, giving them a competitive edge throughout their careers,” said Jannette Dates, dean of the communications school.

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WASHINGTON, February 11, 2010 – The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council has donated $175,000 to Howard University’s John H. Johnson School of Communications.

The money will be used for various initiatives, including planning for the construction of a new facility and updating technology and equipment.

“With significant donations from partners like MMTC, we are confident the school will continue to empower our students with knowledge of communications technology and policy, giving them a competitive edge throughout their careers,” said Jannette Dates, dean of the communications school.

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WASHINGTON, February 11, 2010 – The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council has donated $175,000 to Howard University’s John H. Johnson School of Communications.

The money will be used for various initiatives, including planning for the construction of a new facility and updating technology and equipment.

“With significant donations from partners like MMTC, we are confident the school will continue to empower our students with knowledge of communications technology and policy, giving them a competitive edge throughout their careers,” said Jannette Dates, dean of the communications school.

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WASHINGTON, February 11, 2010 – The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council has donated $175,000 to Howard University’s John H. Johnson School of Communications.

The money will be used for various initiatives, including planning for the construction of a new facility and updating technology and equipment.

“With significant donations from partners like MMTC, we are confident the school will continue to empower our students with knowledge of communications technology and policy, giving them a competitive edge throughout their careers,” said Jannette Dates, dean of the communications school.

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