The chairperson and CEO of BET (Black Entertainment Television) said Tuesday that the network responded to criticism that it relied too heavily on sexually-charged and violent music videos by changing its format to emphasize
National Black Theatre Festival Celebrity Co-Chair Tonya Pinkins is passionate about her craft, as is evidenced by the host of accolades – everything from Tony and Drama Desk awards to Audelcos – she has
One of Winston-Salem’s native sons began his tenure as Fisk University’s 15th president last week. Dr. H. James Williams assumed his position at the helm of the esteemed historically black university in Nashville, Tenn.
Established in 1974, The Chronicle is the area’s oldest and well-respected community newspaper. Published each Thursday, The Chronicle has an audited circulation of over 7,000. 85% of that circulation is located within Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.