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  • National Action Network Host Annual Triumph Awards

    News One|Dec 3, 2020

    One of the nation's leading civil rights organizations announced the honorees for its annual awards ceremony recognizing people for working to promote social, racial and economic justice in their communities. The National Action Network (NAN) on Wednesday revealed the five winners' names for this installment of the Triumph Awards, a yearly tradition that began more than a decade ago. Actress Angela Bassett, activist Brittany Packnett Cunningham, DJ D-Nice, Pastor Sarah Jakes Roberts and...

  • Everything To Know About Byron Allen's $20 Billion Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against Comcast

    News One|Nov 7, 2019

    Media mogul Byron Allen is currently in a major fight against Comcast and Charter Communications with a $20 billion lawsuit. The CEO of Entertainment Studios is suing the entities for not distributing his networks, claiming racial discrimination as a factor. Allen - who now owns networks like The Weather Channel and has recently acquired 11 local TV stations affiliated with CBS, NBC and ABC - is currently going on shows like The Breakfast Club to support his cause. Allen's fight against Comcast...

  • The Super Bowl Had The Worst Ratings In A Decade

    News One|Feb 7, 2019

    The Super Bowl was packed with controversy due to its treatment of Colin Kaepernick. Although many people dismissed the idea of a "boycott," it may have been effective because the show had the worst ratings in a decade. The Associated Press reports the game was seen by 100.7 million on television and streaming service, the lowest since 2009. "On CBS alone, the game was seen by 98.2 million people, compared to 103.4 million who watched on NBC last year, according to the Nielsen company," the... Full story