The popular ABC Television dating competition show, The Bachelor on Friday announced Matt James a native of North Carolina as the show's first black contestant. In a statement, Karey Burke, Walt Disney President said "We know we have a responsibility to make sure the love stories we’re seeing onscreen are representative of the world we live in, and we are proudly in service to our audience."

Netflix Partners With Mo-Abudu In A New Deal

Online media-services provider and production company Netflix in its continued expansion into Africa has partnered with Nigerian filmmaker and CEO of Ebonylife TV Mo Abudu to create new content from the west African nation.

The Recording Academy, popularly known as Grammys has on Wednesday announced new rules and various changes to the Grammy Awards categories and nomination process in a bid to prevent conflicts of interest. The new changes are expected to take effect at the 63rd Grammy Awards scheduled to air on January 31, 2021.

Forbes magazine on Friday dropped American reality TV star and Cosmetic business owner, Kylie Jenner from its Billionaires list, accusing the entrepreneur of "inflating the value of her cosmetics business for years."

Film and TV production can resume in California, Los Angeles as early as June 12, 2020, with full adherence to safety guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on production sets, state health officials said. Film production in the state, and around the world was brought to a halt in March in a bid to curb the global pandemic.

DJ Cuppy Becomes First African To Host Apple Radio Show

DjCuppyDaughter of Nigerian billionaire FemiOtedola, singer, and producer has recently conquered another milestone in her music career.  Apple Music, one of the leading companies in the world has just launched its first radio show in Africa on Sunday with DJ Cuppy as its host.

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