CNN International profiles USAfrica’s Founder Chido Nwangwu





CNN International profiles USAfrica’s Founder Chido Nwangwu

Special to USAfrica multimedia networks & CLASSmagazine

On June 24, 2010, CNN International reporter/producer/camera team visited USAfrica’s editorial headquarters in Houston, Texas, for 3.5 hours to document a forthcoming CNN International profile of USAfrica’s Founder & Publisher Dr. Chido Nwangwu.

The recordings/interviews were wrapped up on Friday June 25, 2010.

A few pixs from the event are available for preview, exclusively at the African diaspora community’s #1 pictorial features web site www.PhotoWorks.TV


CNN also recorded the editorial board/production meeting of USAfrica and CLASSmagazine on key issues including the USAfrica comparison of the oil spills in the Niger Delta to the environmental disaster in the U.S Gulf of Mexico,  electoral reforms in Nigeria, Africa and World Cup 2010, etc.

USAfrica is assessed by major policy and media organizations including the New York Times as the largest and arguably the most influential African-owned, U.S-based multimedia networks; founded since 1993 in Houston by Chido Nwangwu.


USAfrica and its Publisher have won several awards for journalism excellence and public policy insights, especially for professionally pioneering the bi-continental approach of publishing for Africans and Americans. Also, Chido Nwangwu is cited with establishing the first African professional newspaper published on the internet,

wireless: 1-832-45-CHIDO (24436).

office: 713-270-5500



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Nkem Ekeopara
Nkem Ekeopara
July 1, 2010 6:49 am

Chido my brother,

Congratulations! I am not surprised. Definitely, those of us who know where you are coming from and who are associated with USAfrica multimedia networks cannot be. You have raised the bar of the trade that our highly venerated Nnamdi Azikiwe used to make the Brits beat a hasty retreat and grant Nigeria political independence in 1960. Sadly, nearly 50 years on, the visionless beginning of the heirs they anointed over the Great Zik of Africa, continues to make nonsense of that historical effort. However, I take solace in the fact that products of University of Nigeria, Great Zik’s baby, continue as a lone star that illuminates the darkest of nights in diverse disciplines, across the globe. Without any iota of doubt, they are “restoring the dignity of man”. Please, keep up the good work!

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