New platforms have sprung up, giving Black audiences access to the type of content that is being omitted from the mainstream.
The broadcasting service said the impersonator who was interviewed appeared to be engaged in a "deliberate hoax."
The BBC I’ve worked with for decades isn’t institutionally racist. But the Politics Live controversy shows some there don’t see Jews as a minority, writes Gaby Koppel.
Australia has moved forward with a proposal to force social media and search companies to pay media outlets for their content.
Becky CJ has garnered more than five million plays for her video ‘Would You Like To Have S3X With Me?’ a post from Tinder Nightmares she turned it into a ballad. The singer/songwriter has over 60,000 followers on Tik Tok from turning unlikely songs into piano ballads and posting original pieces.
The newspaper, along with the Miami Herald, joined Democrats in arguing the president's Cabinet should remove him under the 25th Amendment.
Co-founded by Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson, Dweller festival aims to give Black electronic artists a platform. Hutchinson says it’s a way of reconnecting with dance music’s Black roots and providing opportunities for Black DJs and producers. Prior to starting Dweller Frankie co-founded Discwoman, a booking agency that aimed to counter gender disparity in the music industry.
More of us than ever have turned to the radio to find comfort during the most challenging of years.
Steve Finn directed Monday's episodes of the soap and contributed to the Christmas Day instalment.
Murdoch claims he's encouraging people to get the jab, but his Fox News hosts in the US are pushing anti-vaccine talking points on air.