4/12/17- What was Tom’s highlight of the 2017 Fantastic Voyage presented by Ford? It involves a legendary music icon and a radio/television mogul. Listen below!
The African American Museum in Philadelphia (AAMP) honored Radio One founders Cathy Hughes and Alfred Liggins III at the 40th anniversary gala this past weekend (March 24th), and here is a small clip of what you missed! What a beautiful night, celebration, and most importantly, such a well deserved honor for the both of them! Video […]
‘Media’ premieres exclusively on TVOne February 25. Actor Pooch Hall, who stars in the upcoming TVOne original movie, Media, co-hosts The Real on Feb. 14. Brian White and Finesse Mitchell will join the show in a segment to discuss the eagerly anticipated movie. Radio One founder and chairperson, Cathy Hughes, is the executive producer […]
The stars of Media, Brian White, Pooch Hall, and Finesse Mitchell, also visited The Real to drop some quick spoilers about the upcoming film.
We’re less than 2 months away from the 4th Annual Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame ceremony that is scheduled for August 21st just outside of Detroit Michigan. The event will be held at the city of Dearborn’s Ford Performing Arts Theater and the list of inductees is very impressive. Some of this year’s […]
The BMI Trailblazers of Gospel Music Honors will celebrate some of Gospel’s biggest artists on TV One. Founder of TV One and Radio One Cathy Hughes talks…
Exclusive video below… At 10-years-old, Mrs. Cathy Hughes manufactured and sold soap puppies that not only landed her first place in a Junior Achievement (JA) business competition,…
Cathy Hughes, founder of Radio One (the parent company of this site), weighed in with some valuable words on the Black Lives Matter movement, which has often made headlines for its action in regards to efforts in Baltimore and Ferguson, and has spurred a national dialogue about race relations in America. Despite peaceful protests, circulating petitions, and […]
Radio One founder and mogul Cathy Hughes may be one of the most successful women in the media industry, but her humble beginnings serve as a continuous inspiration for her mission to help eradicate hunger.
H Street in Washington D.C. wasn’t always known for its vibrant store fronts and electic mix of cultured professionals, celebrating life. There was a period in time when H Street was simply known as the slums, which produced more drug dealers and crack heads than thriving business owners. And then came Cathy Hughes, a single mother with a dream […]