For decades, members of the Black community and other communities of color have been excluded from owning media broadcast properties. Recent data released by the Federal Communications Commission shows that women and minorities are underrepresented in license ownership, particularly in FM commercial radio stations. Will the FCC ramp up policies and legislation to effectively promote diversity of media ownership? Check out this powerful episode of I SEE U, as host Eddie Robinson chats with the first and only African-American female to ever own an AM or FM radio station in all of New England – President/CEO and General Manager of Cutting Edge Broadcasting, Carol Moore Cutting. The radio pioneer discusses in unguarded detail how discrimination and racial prejudice continue to run rampant in today's broadcast ownership industry. Veteran radio programmer, Nikki Swarn, also joins the conversation. Swarn is the GM of THE DROP—a new public media, Urban-Alt station with an all-Black staff based in Denver, Colorado.