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MBC Network Changes Name To Black Family Channel

The Major Broadcasting Cable Network, the only African American owned and operated cable…

By Hamil R. Harris


Big Time On The Small Screen

Although few African Americans have the authority to green-light TV projects, many are creating top-notch entertainment and gaining influence within the networks

A career of scripts, show tapings, and working with stars was the last thing…

By George Alexander


New Urban Entertainment Shuts Doors

Black-oriented cable TV station fails to land critical funding

New Urban Entertainment TV (NUE-TV), the fledgling African American-focused cable network, will cease operations…

By Aisha I. Jefferson


Byron Allen and Association Files $20 Billion Suit Against Comcast, Time Warner Cable

Al Sharpton, included in suit, says discrimination claims are 'frivolous,' and plans counter-suit

Byron Allen and the National Association of African-American Owned Media are alleging discriminatory practices against…

By Christine Edmond

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Power Women of the Diaspora: Award-Winning Event Planner Tells How To Execute Events Abroad

Cheryl Gentry details global expansion and preparedness for international clientele

Cheryl Gentry, president of Glow Media details strategy for global events and her favorite apps…

By Kandia Johnson

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Vera Moore Celebrates 35 Years In Business

Cosmetics queen to share her journey and give mini makeovers this month

Legacy black business woman Vera Moore is celebrating 35 years in business. The former actress…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Moving the Numbers

What must be done to prepare African Americans for opportunities in STEM fields

Ramsey Smith, Ph.D., is a space scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt,…

By Brittany Hutson

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Cutting The Layoff Line

Downsizing doesn't affect black-owned media companies...yet

Conventional wisdom holds that good things come in small packages. Perhaps that’s the best…

By K. Terrell Reed


Dawn Of A New Era

Black businesses must develop a financial plan to remain viable in the new century

There is no denying that a movement is afoot. According to Aida Alvarez, administrator…

By Gerda Gallop-Goodman


Broadcasting the Gospel

Gospel cable network hopes to fill void in African American programming

The Major Broadcasting Corp. (MBC) Gospel Network is poised to breathe in some rarified…

By Sherri McGee


Straddling Both Worlds

Ready to start your own business but don't want to quit your day job?

Josephine Thomas quit a $30,000 a year job at Mountain Bell in Denver and…

By Iris Taylor


The State Of Small Black Business

An anti-affirmative action firestorm is brewing in the small black business competitive, these firms must build alliances, use technology and exercise their voice.

The 21st century is quickly approaching, but will small black businesses be able to…

By Wendy M. Beech


Ship It!

Whether buying or selling, there are ins and outs for importing or exporting in today's global marketplace

Since Marco Polo traveled his famed trading routes and Bedouins plied the fabled markets…

By Marjorie Whigham-Desir