New Season of Black Enterprise Business Report Premieres This Weekend

New Season of Black Enterprise Business Report Premieres This Weekend

Black Enterprise Business Report host Caroline Clarke

Caroline Clarke returns as host of the nationally syndicated television series Black Enterprise Business Report this weekend, Oct. 16 and 17.  Caroline and her team offer a credible and engaging perspective that brings Black Enterprise magazine to life on television with in-depth coverage of African American business and financial empowerment.

This weekly, half-hour program offers a mix of one-on-one Power Player interviews with top black corporate executives, Wealth for Life discussions on personal finance, Entrepreneur of the Week profiles of successful small business owners, Quick Tips providing actionable advice from top business leaders, and Executive Style featuring the hottest lifestyle trends and luxury living for today’s consumer.

Ivy league-trained, intriguing, versatile, passionate, and honest are just some of the words to describe Caroline Clarke, whose experience spans print, digital, and broadcast media.

“Caroline has spent her career reporting on the pitfalls, perseverance, and progress of African Americans in business,” said Black Enterprise President & CEO Earl “Butch” Graves Jr. “As host she brings a wealth of experience, giving viewers a true insider’s perspective. With unparalleled access and understanding of the top African Americans in business, her interviews are not your typical Q&As. Each segment gives our audience the chance to learn from and be inspired by the best of the best. You can’t get this kind of depth anywhere else.”

The season premiere of Black Enterprise Business Report features an exclusive interview with Paula Madison, who went from humble beginnings to the halls of NBC Universal as executive vice president of diversity. Editorial Director and Correspondent John Simons starts off a new year of Wealth for Life. Entrepreneur of the Week Correspondent Shannon Lanier shines a spotlight on Jamail Larkins, who, at 25 years old, is flying high as the founder & CEO of Ascension Aircraft, an $8 million dollar enterprise. Plus, Editorial Director and Correspondent Sonia Alleyne helps you tap into your Executive Style.

Black Enterprise Business Report airs in major markets across the country, including Chicago, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C.  Check local listings for time and station information. The broadcast can also be seen nationally on cable’s TV ONE Sundays at 6:30 a.m. (EST).  Click here for more information about BLACK ENTERPRISE television broadcasts and video.