Source: Brian Steinberg / Variety Bill O’Reilly or Megyn Kelly reach more viewers in a single hour than nearly anyone else on Fox News Channel, but are they as busy as Harris Faulkner? Faulkner, 49, has quietly become an almost ubiquitous presence at the 21st Century Fox-owned network, hosting an hour of “Fox Report Weekend” on Sunday evenings as […]
Amnesty International has a long tradition of working with artists to amplify the stories and voice of human rights defenders through film, music, art, and other media. Hear Harry Belafonte, Annie Lennox, Jesse Williams, Piper Kerman, Nusrat Durranni, Lemon Andersen, Favianna Rodriguez, Jesse Krimes, Jie-Song Zhang, Brandan Odums, Laura Poitras, and moderator Toure discuss the […]
Roland Martin appeared on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” for their News You Can’t Use segment. In today’s News Your Can’t Use, a “Family Feud” contestant shocks Steve Harvey with really weird answer about what might a doctor pull out of a person and Vice President Joe Biden gives an interesting shout out to a former colleague.
Roland Martin wishes his wife, Jacquie Hood Martin, a happy 50th birthday from the set of Morning Joe.
Roland Martin appears on ESPN’s Sports Nation to talk Johnny Manziel, National Signing Day 2015 and brings the funk during the Hashtag Game.
Ruth E. Carter, the costume designer for “Selma,” explains how a heightened collar, colorful suits and coat pockets help transport viewers back to the violent but hopeful days of 1965.
Roland Martin appeared on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to analyze President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address and the multiple Republican responses. Two of the night’s most notable GOP responses came from Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst and Texas’ Sen. Ted Cruz. Watch the video to see what made their responses so memorable.
Source: Janelle Harris / TVNewser Roland Martin doesn’t care if you like him, and the longer he’s a political analyst and social commentator with a national platform and a vested interest in black America, he cares a little bit less than he already never did. He’s clear on this one thing, which has propelled a respectable […]
Black Women And Reality TV: Why Sil Lai Abrams Is #RedefiningHerStory Through Truth In Reality [VIDEO]
In this one on one interview, Roland Martin speaks with Sil Lai Abrams, founder of the media advocacy organization Truth in Reality, about the exploitation of Black women in the media, especially on reality television. Note: Roland is a member of Truth in Reality’s Advisory Council and an Ambassador for the Redefining HERstory Movement.
Roland Martin joined the crew on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to discuss the possibility of immigration reform being passed. Martin explained there are enough Republican votes to pass immigration reform. He said, “The pressure should be on Boehner to say bring a bill up for a vote.”