She is a household name around the world. She has the longest running talk show on daytime television, and a mere mention of your product from her can have your phone ringing off the hook and online orders rolling in faster than you can fill them. That’s right, she’s the one and only self-made female African-American billionaire, Opray Winfrey and she is boss ballin’.
As if her resume wasn’t impressive enough, on January 1, 2011 she did the unthinkable; she took her empire to yet another level. The Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) is getting rave reviews from professional critics and the public. Ultimately, says The New York Times’s Allessandra Stanley, “OWN isn’t for everyone, and it certainly isn’t for viewers who like Oscar Wilde or can’t read of the death of Little Nell without laughing. But it lives up to the Oprah Winfrey ethos — a ‘meaningful, mindful’ cable network that seeks its own truth and tries to be its own best self.” READ MORE