Charlotte Area Association of Black Journalists (CAABJ)
‘GoodWorks’ Begins Season 2

‘GoodWorks’ Begins Season 2

GoodWorks with Rahman Khan begins its second season April 3. The Charlotte-based TV show, which highlights people and businesses that are making a positive impact in the community, airs Fridays at 9:30 p.m. on WTVI. Rahman Khan interviews Warren Ballentine. This...

NABFEME Event to Celebrate Women In Media

The Charlotte Network of the National Association of Black Female Executives in Music and Entertainment presents NABFEME Napkin Night: Women In Media. The event will be held April 1, 6-8 p.m. at Mez (210 E. Trade St., inside the EpiCentre). Napkin Night is one in a...

The Charlotte Observer Initiates More Layoffs

Observer Announces Cuts In Staff, Pay By Jefferson GeorgePosted on charlotteobserver.com on March 23, 2009 Faced with sharply declining revenues in the recession, The Charlotte Observer will cut its workforce by 14.6 percent and reduce the pay of most remaining...
Charlotte-based Internet Company Partners With Vibe

Charlotte-based Internet Company Partners With Vibe

RushmoreDrive.com announced today that it has reached an agreement to deliver site and Web search results for Vibe.com, the website for Vibe magazine. RushmoreDrive, a Charlotte-based company that launched a year ago, replaces Google as Vibe’s search engine....
NABJ Reinvention Town Hall Teleconference

NABJ Reinvention Town Hall Teleconference

Some of the worst and most draining emotions seem to overcome us whenever we go through a job transition. The truth of the matter is that layoffs, buyouts, or downsizing can happen to anyone at anytime with today’s economic situation. Job transitions are part of the...
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