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Short Take: Juno targets software toward African-Americans

Free Internet service provider Juno Online Services is teaming with The Black World Today to offer a co-branded version of its software to African-Americans. New subscribers can choose Juno's dial-up service for $9.95 per month or high-speed access for $49.95 per month. The Black World Today--a portal site geared for the African-American community--will receive a one-time payment for each subscriber that signs up for the co-branded service and continues using it for a specific period.

Free Internet service provider Juno Online Services is teaming with The Black World Today to offer a co-branded version of its software to African-Americans. New subscribers can choose Juno's dial-up service for $9.95 per month or high-speed access for $49.95 per month. The Black World Today--a portal site geared for the African-American community--will receive a one-time payment for each subscriber that signs up for the co-branded service and continues using it for a specific period.