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NABJ Mourns the Passing of Longtime Black Press Advocate George E. Curry

Washington, DC – The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) mourns the loss of longtime black press champion and editor, George E. Curry. He died Saturday at 69. “I am heartbroken to learn that Mr. George Curry has passed. He has been a beacon for so many and a pivotal voice among black publishers. His […]

SRB Communications’ Sheila Brooks will receive NABJ’s Inaugural Award for Media Professionals

Don’t Get It “Twisted” Marcus Darc’s New R&B Release

Los Angeles, CA – Multi-platinum songwriter, producer and R&B charmer Marcus Darc has been droppin drawers and making panties wet since the 80’s when he formed his first group in Chicago, R-Kelly & MGM. As one of the original new school sexy soul singers, his signature sound has ‘erected’ a body of work that has […]

Demetria McKinney Featuring Kandi “Unnecessary Trouble”

Actress, Singer and Talk Show Host Keke Palmer Announced as Spokesperson For Respect My Vote! Campaign

Los Angeles, CA – The Respect My Vote! campaign today announced multifaceted entertainer Keke Palmer as the latest celebrity spokesperson. An accomplished actress, singer, and television host, Keke started her film career at the age of 11 in the critically acclaimed ‘Akeelah & the Bee’. She has since led a groundbreaking career with starring roles […]

Video shows white teens driving over, killing black man, says DA

Miguel Núñez Jr., April Reign, Gil Robertson and Fran Harris Among Featured Guests at Capital City Black Film Festival

Austin, TX – – The Capital City Black Film Festival (CCBFF) recently announced its first slate of panels, sessions and guest appearances for its 2016 Film Festival, taking place August 25th – 28th at the Austin Convention Center. Actor, writer and producer Miguel A. Núñez Jr. (Juwanna Mann, Belle’s) makes his first appearance at CCBFF, […]

Bounce TV to Air Baton Rouge Town Hall Meeting “Where Do We Go From Here?” Live and Commercial-Free Tues. Aug. 2 at 8:00 p.m. ET

Atlanta, GA – Bounce TV, the first and only over-the-air broadcast network for African Americans, will bring Where Do We Go From Here? — the Baton Rouge town hall meeting being produced by Bounce TV affiliate WAFB-TV on the heels of the recent racially-related violence and police shootings — to viewers nationwide when it carries […]

Ed Gordon Begins Production, Bounce TV’s First-Ever Primetime News Magazine Show to Debut Sept. 13

Diamond Reynolds Has Strength to Broadcast Live Video After Police Officer Kills her Boyfriend When Stopped for Broken Light

BEWARE! THIS IS EXTREMELY GRAPHIC CONTENT. All I can say is God Bless Diamond Reynolds, her daughter, and may her boyfriend, Philando Castile, Rest In Peace. Diamond had the strength and presence of mind to turn her phone on to document the situation after they were pulled over for a broken tail light by a […]

Why Hillary Clinton Will do More for Black People than Obama – By Michael Eric Dyson

Actress Kellita Smith Joins the Cast of Hit Bounce TV Comedy Series In The Cut With Guest Appearances by Angie Stone, Claudia Jordan, Kenny Lattimore, & Rolonda Watts

Atlanta, GA – Bounce TV, the nation’s fastest-growing broadcast television network designed for African-American audiences and the only emerging network producing original scripted series, will premiere an all-new second season of its popular situation comedy In The Cut on Tuesday, July 5th at 9:00 pm/ET, 8:00 pm/CT. Coming off of its highly-rated inaugural season, this […]

KlarKent Releases New Video Featuring Derek Minor, “Oh My God”

Join Stephanie Mills And MC Lyte At The BLACK ENTERPRISE Annual Golf And Tennis Challenge

New York, NY – FedEx Express will join BLACK ENTERPRISE as host sponsor of the 23rd annual Black Enterprise Golf & Tennis Challenge in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The Ultimate Getaway Challenge will take place Labor Day weekend, Sept. 1–4, at PGA National Resort & Spa. The yearly conclave draws hundreds of attendees, including some of […]

BLACK ENTERPRISE “BE Modern Man”: A Movement Honoring Everyday Diverse Men of Color