by: Hamil R. Harris Special to the AFRO February 25, 2017 After transforming a Washington, D.C. AM radio station into a multi-million-dollar empire, Radio One and TV One founder Cathy Hughes is branching out into movie making. “I feel that God has truly blessed me to be learning a new craft at this age,” said…
Brian White launched his acting career playing the role of Jason in “The Matchmaker” in 1997, graduating to the role of Omar in BET’s hit show, “The Parkers.” Brian White went on to star in the movies “Stomp The Yard,” “The Cabin In The Woods,” and ABC’s show “Scandal.” Now, White takes on a new…
The stars of ‘Media’ join News4’s Erika Gonzalez to discuss their upcoming movie inspired by the Silver Spring-based founder of Radio One. ‘Media’ premieres Saturday on TV One.
Pooch Hall sat dow with Hollywood Today Live to talk about the upcoming movie ‘Media’.
Urban Media Maven ‘Cathy Hughes’ sits down with KTLA to talk Black History Month and her upcoming movie ‘Media’.
Brian White, Finesse Mitchell and guest co-host Pooch Hall sit down to discuss their new TV One drama “Media,” executive produced by media maven Cathy Hughes!
Find out why TV One and Radio One Founder Cathy Hughes wakes up just a little bit earlier every morning. Check out this clip, and be sure to tune into “The Real” Tuesday for more with Ms. Hughes and the stars of her new TV One drama, “Media”!
Howard University Honors Radio One, Inc. Founder and Chairperson Cathy Hughes as New Namesake For Its School of Communications With Star-Studded Unveiling Ceremony and Celebration
Hosted by Anthony Anderson, Celebratory Program Featured Newsmakers and Entertainers Rev. Al Sharpton, Debbie Allen, Joe, Donald Lawrence, Vashawn Mitchell, Richard Smallwood, Russ Parr, Denise Boutte, Chrystee Pharris and More..
Howard University honored Cathy Hughes, founder, and chairperson of Radio One, Inc., the largest Black-owned multi-media company in the country, with the unveiling of the Cathy Hughes School of Communications yesterday. During an exclusive, star-studded extravaganza, the prestigious university commemorated her lifetime commitment to excellence.
Media icon Cathy Hughes is always looking on the bright side. As a 16-year-old teen mom, married at 17 and eventually divorced, she saw her son as a blessing and an inspiration to work harder. In the early ’80s she purchased Washington, D.C., station WOL-AM with the help of a Chemical Bank loan at a 28…