Ross, Rihanna And Others Help Bounce And Brown Sugar Celebrate Black Music Month

Bounce, the first and only multi-platform entertainment network targeting African Americans and Brown Sugar, Bounce’s popular subscription streaming service, will team up for a major Black Music Month tribute this June 2020. Continue Reading →

Regulators Ask Netflix To Stop Streaming HD Quality

If you — like many others — are practicing social distancing in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak by curling up and watching a streaming platform like Netflix, then it may be time to lower your video quality. Continue Reading →

TV One’s Go-Go Music Doc “The Beat Don’t Stop” With Harlem’s Doug E. Fresh And Others For Black Music Month

TV One celebrates Black Music Month with the debut of its original documentary, The Beat Don’t Stop, airing on Sunday, June 21, 2020, at 8 P.M. ET/7C, followed by an encore presentation at 10 P.M. ET/9C. Continue Reading →

Nickelodeon And Time Kick Off Search For One Extraordinary Young Leader To Be Kid Of The Year Award

Nickelodeon, TIME and TIME for Kids today announced that submissions have opened for the first-ever Kid of the Year honor, a multiplatform initiative recognizing extraordinary young leaders who are making a positive impact in their communities.  Continue Reading →

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network Announces New All-Female Virtual Series “Girlfriends Check In”

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced more celebrity names added to the new all-female Saturday night virtual reality show “Girlfriends Check In.” Continue Reading →

Eric Monte, Creator Of Good Times, The Jeffersons And More Told Our Stories From Harlem To Hollywood

Eric Monte, born Kenneth Williams; December 25, 1943, is an American screenwriter who has written for and created notable shows depicting 1970s African-American culture. Continue Reading →