Seattle Medium

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The Seattle Medium is an African-American newspaper that serves Seattle, Washington. It was founded in January 1970. Its parent company, the Seattle Medium Newspaper Group, also publishes the Seattle Metro Homemaker, the Tacoma True Citizen (Tacoma, Washington), and the Portland Medium (Portland, Oregon). Chris H. Bennett, the CEO of The Seattle Medium Newspaper Group, also owns radio stations KRIZ 1420 AM, KZIZ 1560 AM, and KYIZ 1620 AM (better known as The Z Twins), as well as the Portland station KBMS 1480 AM.

It bills itself as "the largest African American owned and operated communications company in the Pacific Northwest."

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