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Celebrating 42 years of Radio One! Take a walk down memory lane in celebration of how founder Cathy Hughes built America's largest Black-owned broadcasting company.

Watkins and Yolander Smith were two strangers when they met in the hot tub during the 2011 Fantastic Voyage and, well, the rest is history!

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, […]

Straight off the heels of his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, LL Cool J set sail on The Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage 20 in 2021 for an unforgettable performance for his long time friend Tom Joyner.

Cruisers showed up and showed out for Represent Night 2021 at The Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage 20 in 2021 cruise onboard the Carnival Freedom. Attendees rocked clothing that represents their hometown, favorite team, frat/sorority, family, cause, etc. Did we miss your photo? Be sure to post it to your social media account with the […]

To celebrate National Radio Day, we are shining a light on classic interviews from Donnie Simpson, Tom Joyner, Russ Parr, and Rickey Smiley.

As we're getting ready for Urban One Honors airing Sunday, May 16th with the theme of "Women Leading The Change" we're excited for all of the honorees and performances! Here are 5 of the many women who have made history in 2021...

Georgetown Law is the nation’s largest law school and Emhoff will serve as a Distinguished Visitor from Practice teaching coursework in “Entertainment Law Disputes” during this spring semester.

Simpson joins 6 other broadcasters selected to the 2020 class of the Radio Hall of Fame.

According to reports, Hip-Hop legend Biz Markie has been in a Maryland-area hospital for weeks due to a serious illness.

TV One will celebrate Black Music Month with the debut of an original documentary, ‘The Beat Don’t Stop,’ airing on Sunday, June 21 at 8/7C.