Tag Archives: black media

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On the Move: Aliya S. King Joins Ebony and Kim Keenan Named CEO of Leading Nonprofit

Ebony magazine and the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council make new staff announcements

Ebony names Aliya S. King as its new entertainment editor, and Kim Keenan becomes CEO…

By Courtney Connley

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Robert L. Johnson And Dr. DeForest B. Soaries, Jr. Announce Alliance To End Payday Lending, Lower Minority Consumer Debt, And Promote Financial Education

Black Ownership of TV Stations Declines, F.C.C. Study Finds

Are you worried about this?

A new study by the Federal Communications Commission found that the number of black-owned television…

By Laurence Afums

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Black Weblog Awards 2012: And the Winners Are…

Elon James White takes a few prizes in this year's awards

Elon James White takes a few prizes in this year’s awards

By Demetria Irwin

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Andra Fuller on Playing a Gay Black Man on Network Television

Breakout star Andra Fuller ignites summer television with his bold work on ‘The L.A. Complex’

Breakout star Andra Fuller ignites summer television with his bold work on ‘The L.A. Complex’

By Shydel James

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Radio Pioneer Hal Jackson Dead at 96

ICBC icon broke color barriers and set stage for today's stars

The co-founder of Inner City Broadcasting Corp., which owned New York’s WBLS, leaves a legacy…

By BlackEnterprise.com

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Hiram Eric Jackson

The Future of Black Media

African American newspaper publisher discusses changes and challenges in black media

African American newspaper publisher discusses changes and challenges in the black media

By Alan Hughes

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Heart & Soul Magazine Under New Ownership

The 18-year-old publication expands target market with recent purchase

National wellness publication Heart & Soul has been sold by independent owner Edwin V. Avent…

By Janel Martinez

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Earl G. Graves Sr., Chairman & Publisher, Black Enterprise

Holding the Ad Industry Accountable to Black Consumers

When most people consider the importance of black-owned media, they tend to focus on the…

By Earl G. Graves, Sr.

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UBR Morning Post: Don Jackson of Central City Productions

Bonus content on the entrepreneurs and strategies featured on The Urban Business Roundtable

This week on The Urban Business Roundtable, UBR Contributor Angelique Westerfield speaks with Don Jackson,…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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No. 13: Ed Lewis/Clarence Smith/Susan Taylor, The Voice Of Black Women

Our countdown of the most impactful black business leaders of the past 40 years

In celebration of our 40th anniversary, Black Enterprise ranks the Titans: The 40 Most Powerful…

By Derek T. Dingle

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Luxury Brand Advertising Often Absent in Black Media

Experts say black buying power often overlooked

In some affluent circles, the expectation to wear luxury apparel is the same across all…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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My Beef With Black Business

Black-owned companies need to spend more money with black-owned media

Our businesses leave BE and other black media hanging. When Forbes, Business Week or The…

By Zachary Raynell Rinkins

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John H. Johnson: The Icon

The founder of one of America's largest black business empires used his wealth and power to raise the social and economic status of African Americans

John H. Johnson controlled one of the nation’s largest black business empires and used his…

By Derek T. Dingle

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Essence of the Deal

What does time inc.'s takeover mean forthe popular black women's magazine?

For 35 years, Essence magazine has been a household name, projecting the image and voice…

By Derek T. Dingle

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The Essence Of A Breakup

When Ed Lewis and Clarence Smith cut a deal with AOL Time Warner two years ago, they were offered the promise of fresh capital and new markets for the leading black women's magazine. Little did they know it would mean the split of a 32-year-old business partnership and a fight for the soul of an institution.

Scorched by the summer heat, hundreds of thousands of African Americans pour into New…

By Derek T. Dingle

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