(Target Market News) — Ross Love, one of radio’s most successful and trailblazing entrepreneurs, died of an undisclosed caused at a hospital in Cincinnati hospital the morning of August 10th. He was 64 years old. Love moved into radio ownership in 1995 after leaving Procter & Gamble where he was vice president of marketing. The first acquisition for Love and his partners was WDBZ “The Buzz,” Cincinnati’s most popular black AM radio station. Over the next six year, his company, Blue Chip Broadcasting, would purchase 19 more stations targeted to African-American listeners across the Midwest, making it the largest black-owned radio company in the U.S.