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10 Black Journalists You Should Be Following

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Speaking truth to power is key in journalism. This is even more the case for black journalists and writers. Organizations like The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) have been advocating for writers and reporters within the community for decades.  And as a black-owned media outlet, it’s important for us to do the same. So […]

Why More Companies Need To Advertise With Black Media Outlets

Today companies and brands are eager to reach multiple demographics particularly the Black community.  It’s estimated that Black buying power within the U.S. reached a total of $1.4 trillion in 2019. This is a 48.1 percent increase from 2010. With our buying power in the economy growing, companies need to take things a step further by […]

The War of Words: Charlamagne Tha God VS. Joe Budden

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Radio personality Charlamagne Tha God and rapper turned podcaster Joe Budden have been at odds. Budden announced during the week of August 23rd that he would be pulling his popular podcast from Spotify where it has aired exclusively since 2018. While claiming that his decision was due to internal issues with the company, many speculated otherwise. […]

Michelle Obama launches ” The Michelle Obama Podcast”

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March 19, 2019, Former First Lady Michelle Obama was a guest on my favorite podcast, Conan O’Brien needs a friend. The former FLOTUS was cautiously optimistic about being Conan’s friend, the episode was a delight. Mrs. Obama, on a podcast that features only one of comedies national treasures, that is Conan O’Brien; But a podcast […]