The Black Television News Channel on the campus of Florida A&M will be the first 4K Ultra HD newsgathering and production infrastructure of its kind.
There are no simple answers for complex issues and social justice is complex. To see a good portrayal of social justice’s complexities, I recommend the HBO movie “All the Way”. Although the film focuses on Lyndon B. Johnson’s first year in office as president of the United States, the movie brilliantly lays out the socio-political […]
Episode 23 continues the conversations about money and HBCU media. This edition also features HBCU alumni wisdom from someone who is a volunteer and mentor. HOW WE LIVE: The good doctor pays us a visit to talk money. Mildred “The Money Doctor” Dillon provides helpful tips for alumni to manage debt by looking at money […]
Television reporter Brittany Noble-Jones was named the 2015 Emerging Journalist of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) on May 14, 2015. The award recognizes an early career journalist who, through their body of work, displays a commitment to NABJ’s goal of outstanding achievement by black journalists and a commitment to providing […]
Summer is a great time to intern. With classes out of the way, you can fully commit to an internship and prepare yourself for the coming year. Not only do you step ahead of the students who decide to spend their holidays slacking off, you get ready to jump back into the hard work that […]
I started tracking stories about Black Greeks a few months ago and I have noticed some really nice media coverage from around the nation. Before the Black Greek versions of “nattering nabobs of negativity” throw hazing and lawsuit stories in my face, especially in light of my previous entry “Ten Things to Think About Before […]