Black media moguls

2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones - Arrivals
Shonda Rhimes expands on her Netflix deal, signing a new one that includes gaming, live experiences and merchandising of her brand.
/ July 8, 2021
Former PBS TV host Tavis Smiley, who was accused of sexual misconduct returns to media with the purchase of an L.A. radio station.
/ June 19, 2021
2020 13th Annual Essence Black Women In Hollywood Awards Luncheon - Inside
Issa Rae joins the cast of voice actors in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse where she will assume the role of Spider-Woman.
/ June 4, 2021
March 28 marked 20 years since Sean Combs started to go by P. Diddy after being acquitted of charges stemming from a 1999 club shooting.
/ May 4, 2021
Byron Allen
Allen Media CEO and chairman Byron Allen acquires 12 stations from Gray TV in an all-cash deal for $380M it was announced on Thursday.
/ April 29, 2021
Byron Allen
Comedian and media mogul Byron Allen’s TheGrio.TV will be distributed on 11 major market Fox owned-and-operated television stations.
/ December 8, 2020
Byron Allen Is Inducted Into The Broadcasting
Despite his success, Byron Allen, who owns Entertainment Studios and is one of the few Black multimedia moguls in history, says he’s not done.
/ July 9, 2020