Media Maven, Television

#MondayMediaMaven – Stefani Robinson

  The definition of success is when your work speaks for you long before you ever say a word. You may not know her face, but you D E F I N I T E L Y know her work. Have you seen FX's breakout hit, Atlanta (described so poignantly by Refinery29 as "often absurdist, sometimes surrealist")?… Continue reading #MondayMediaMaven – Stefani Robinson

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Queen Latifah Nabs Third Screen Actors Guild Award

All hail the Queen! Queen Latifah just took home the Screen Actors Guild award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries for her role in HBO’s Bessie. “I’m in shock right now,” Latifah said in her acceptance speech. “Thank you so much!” Latifah continued in the hopes of inspiring… Continue reading Queen Latifah Nabs Third Screen Actors Guild Award

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Feature: Victoria Coker

Victoria Coker whom owns  ClredContent aims to become the premier source for quality black web series. The platform was created to amplify the voices of black media creators by showcasing narratives from a variety of genres, including: comedy, romance, and action. We believe that by creating a place for black people to share their stories the… Continue reading Feature: Victoria Coker

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Nikki Woods’ Keys to Success: Build Your Brand and Become a Legacy

BlackEnterprise.com recently had the pleasure of meeting media personality, entrepreneur, and current Senior Producer for The Tom Joyner Morning Show – Nikki Woods(@NikkiWoods). The Tom Joyner Morning Show (TJMS) is the #1 syndicated urban morning show in the nation, reaching over 8 million people daily. Beginning her career almost twenty years ago in television, and… Continue reading Nikki Woods’ Keys to Success: Build Your Brand and Become a Legacy

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Stephanie Ready Becomes First Full-Time Female NBA Analyst

FOX Sports Southeast has announced that Stephanie Ready will be moving from sideline reporter for the Charlotte Hornets to game analyst, alongside Dell Curry and Eric Collins. While other women, including Ann Meyers and Nancy Lieberman, have served as occasional analysts for the NBA, Ready will be the league’s first full-time female analyst. “I am… Continue reading Stephanie Ready Becomes First Full-Time Female NBA Analyst

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Feature: Luenell

Luenell is a force of nature. This talented comedienne, actress and singer, was born in Tollette, Arkansas, a town whose population barely registers with the U.S. census. At the tender age of 10, she caught the acting bug after seeing the plays South Pacific and Ain’t S’posed to Die a Natural Death. She enrolled in… Continue reading Feature: Luenell

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Danielle Brooks to Star in Broadway’s The Color Purple

As many are anticipating the upcoming new season of Orange is The New Black, Danielle Brooks fans will be elated to know that the star has landed a new role in Broadway’s The Color Purple. According to Variety, Brooks will play the role of Sofia, which was portrayed by Oprah Winfrey in the film. Winfrey will… Continue reading Danielle Brooks to Star in Broadway’s The Color Purple

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Feature: Grace Gealey

Famous for playing Anika Calhoun on the musical soap opera Empire, Gealey is also known for her professional theatrical work, which includes performances in off Broadway and Chicago productions of Venus Flytrap and Tartuffe. She received an undergraduate degree in Theater from the University at South Florida and an MFA in Acting from the University… Continue reading Feature: Grace Gealey

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Feature: Jackee Harry

Jackée Harry was born Jacqueline Yvonne Harry on August 14, 1956 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina; though, reared in Harlem, New York by her mother, Flossie Harry. At the tender age of fourteen, Jackée landed the lead role of the "King" in her school's production of "The King and I". Upon graduation from New York City's… Continue reading Feature: Jackee Harry