Laurence Fishburne won lead actor for "Without Walls" and Valarie Pettiford landed lead actress for "Wild Party" at Monday night's NAACP Theater awards.
It seems not "Everybody Hates Chris." The CW's sophomore sitcom received the most nominations when the 38th NAACP Image Awards announced its nominees on Tuesday.
Quincy Jones will be honored with the DaimlerChrysler 2006 Behind the Lens Award at the fifth annual Behind the Lens event Tuesday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Jamie Foxx's quest for musical stardom got a boost Saturday at the 37th Annual NAACP Image Awards, where the Oscar-winning actor was picked as best male musical artist. Foxx has begun performing…
Shepherded through its first 97 years primarily by political and religious leaders, the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People recently turned over its presidency to a veteran corporate…
NAACP's Chairman's Award, Hall of Fame Inductee and President's Award recipients.
The fact that Black Entertainment Television only garnered one Image Award nom this year doesn't concern the Viacom cable network's new entertainment prexy, Reginald Hudlin.
For years, Hollywood has tried to tap the African-American audience. But the studios have often struggled to market effectively to a demographic that spans broad ranges of age, social and economic…
When the WB and UPN announced last month their plans to fold operations, African-American producers, helmers and scribes were just as surprised as the rest of the industry.
"Crash" leads the 37th NAACP Image Awards motion picture nominations, with six, while "The Bernie Mac Show," "Everybody Hates Chris" and "Half & Half" top the TV categories, with five each. Noms were…
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