Posts Tagged ‘television’

Ne-Yo Tell His Story on VH1’s ‘Behind the Music’

Ne-Yo opened up love, life, and his emotional journey to the top on VH1’s Behind the Music

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Diddy & Magic Johnson Confirm Launch of New Cable Networks

The rumors of Diddy creating a new music themed television network have been confirmed. Reports first indicated that the network called ‘Revolt’ will launch in late 2012.

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Simon Cowell & Will Smith Team Up to Create TV Series for DJs

Simon Cowell’s SYCO Entertainment has partnered with Jada Pinkett-Smith and Will Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment in conjunction with Sony Pictures, to develop and eventually launch a live, new international TV show as a tool to find the world’s best DJs.

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Russell Simmons to Extend Hip-Hop Empire to TV

Hip-Hop mogul Russell Simmons has announced his plans to venture into the television industry.

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Pharrell Williams And Karmaloop Team Up For 24-Hour Cable Channel

Karmaloop’s CEO Greg Selkoe and Pharrell Williams spoke with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West” about launching their new 24 hour cable television channel.…

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J. Cole Performs “Cole World” On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ (VIDEO)

J. Cole made his late night television debut, appearing on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night.

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Ice Cube Creating New TV Series & New “Friday” Film

Rapper, actor, screenwriter and producer, Ice Cube, is adding series creator to the list of titles he currently holds. The former N.W.A member is in the process of developing a new dramatic series for the television network FX, which he will also star in. The series, appropriately titled “Eye for an Eye,” is based around

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Rihanna To Launch Fashion TV Show

Rihanna has tackled the worlds of music and movies. Now she is foraying into television with her own “Project Runway”-inspired series.

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Memorable Moments with Soul Train & Don Cornelius (RIP)

“Soul Train” was one of the most influential music and cultural programs on television. Known as the longest-running, first-run, nationally syndicated program in television history, “Soul Train” featured notable artists spanning the gamut of R&B/soul, funk and hip-hop from James Brown, the Jackson Five, Elton John and Patti LaBelle to later, Eric B. & Rakim,

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Young Jeezy & Ne-Yo Perform Live on ‘Conan’

Young Jeezy performed with Ne-Yo and made an unlikely friend in Betty White during his appearance on “Conan.” Jeezy and his labelmate teamed up for “Leave You Alone,” the latest single off TM:103: Hustlerz Ambition.

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**** Clark Passes Away At 82, The Hip-Hop Community Reacts

Iconic entertainment host **** Clark has passed away at the age of 82 from a heart attack. Best known as the host for “American Bandstand” as well as his Times Square appearances on “New Year’s Rockin’ Eve,” Clark is already being fondly remembered by the hip-hop community

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Rapper The Game Stars In New TV Series??

Rapper Game hopes to star on reality television of a different kind—one about him getting married.

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