Radio One Exclusives

An educators group out of Texas suggested that the word "slavery" be retaught to second graders as "involuntary relocation." 

The Tom Joyner Foundation is partnering with BetMGM to offer an Executive Series to HBCUs nationwide beginning for the fall semester.

To close out Black Music Month, we put together a list of 20 amazing duets by Black musicians released over the past two decades.

Today (June 30), Ketanji Brown Jackson made history after being sworn in as the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court.

Rumors of Wendy Williams' declining health are starting to ring true following a recent video interview she did with TMZ Live.

This is an unfortunate day in America for many women. The U.S. Supreme Court voted Friday to ban Roe vs. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that guaranteed the right to an abortion. In the 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that “the Constitution does not confer a right to abortion.” Abortion laws and restrictions vary […]

In the first episode of 'I Hate The Homies," the guys breakdown the NBA Playoffs, Nick Saban's comments on NIL, Bronny James Jr's prom & more

On Friday, April 22nd we celebrate a milestone — the 75th birthday of a mother, grandmother, friend, sister, family member, the Founder and Matriarch of the largest Black-owned media conglomerate, Urban One, formerly known as Radio One, Ms. Cathy Hughes. From humble beginnings to building the largest African-American-owned and operated broadcast company in the nation, […]

Over 25 years and two successful sequels later, with a fourth currently in pre-production, 'Bad Boys' director Michael Bay says the $840 million franchise's longtime distributor Sony Pictures originally didn't think it would even be a success with two Black actors in the leading roles.

Thank you Houston for making Praise in the Park such an amazing event. From the crowd, to the music & energy, April 9 was truly something special.

Haskins was only 24 years old. He would have turned 25-years-old on May 3.

Although it appears that Chris Rock won't be pressing charges for the now-infamous slap seen everywhere, Will Smith still took time to publicly apologize for stepping out of character at the Oscars last night to defend a joke aimed at his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith.