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Y’Anna Crawley took to social media to surprise her beloved fans and supporters with a remix of ‘We Need You’ – a fan favorite indeed! Without deviating too far from the song’s original flare, the songbird called on some of her friends to help her out. Guest features include Pastor Charles Jenkins, Aaron Sledge, Anaysha […]

More stars have been added to NBC’s live version of The Wiz, while Shaft is headed back to the big screen. According to The Hollywood Reporter,…

Lester Holt was originally scheduled to sit in the NBC Nightly News anchor chair for six months while Brian Williams served out his suspension, according…

  via:blackchristiannews The recent death of a newsman drew some unlikely praise from those who admired him. And it wasn’t just for his skills as a writer and reporter. McCandlish Phillips was also a religious man who left The New York Times at the top of his game to become an evangelist. Read More

via: fowardtimesonline.com The Houston Forward Times, in partnership with Radio One and the Texas Business Alliance (TBA), have joined forces with the Jack Yates School of Communications (SOC) to strengthen the next generation of media titans looking to make an impact in the field of communications. The Houston Forward Times, Radio One and Texas Business […]

Newborns have a way of making feuding people bury the hatchet, and come together. Case in point: Beyonce and her father/former manager Mathew Knowles.

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via:eurweb African Americans have the highest rate of total TV usage, according to the Nielsen State of the Media report, which was released on Wednesday and breaks down viewing trends by ethnicity, according to the Hollywood Reporter. In November 2010, when the data was compiled, African Americans used their TVs an average of 7 hours, […]

Determined to hold on to the mega-church he built just outside Atlanta, Bishop Eddie L. Long vowed to “vigorously” defend himself against four lawsuits alleging that he used his position to coerce young male members of his flock into sex acts. Source: Washington Post | Krissah Thompson and Nia-Malika Henderson