News One Now will be TV One‘s first morning news program, a one-hour live weekday telecast that is set to launch in September. TV One said today that former CNN commentator, columnist and previous TV One host Roland Martin will anchor...Show More Summary
Ever since his contract as a CNN contributor ended, Roland Martin has been on the prowl for a new gig and biding his time to announce that TV One will simulcast the last hour of the three-hour News One Now radio show. It will be syndicated...Show More Summary
Perhaps those who ridiculed Rachel Jeantel in the wake of her testimony during George Zimmerman’s second-degree murder trial should borrow a page from her friend Trayvon Martin. In a touching interview with Roland Martin, Jeantel’s lawyer...Show More Summary
Is he right? Roland Martin Defends Racist Paula Deen Deposition Former CNN commentator and part-time neck owner Roland Martin is in hot water for taking the side of Paula Deen after her racist deposition was exposed. Paula Deen ain’...
The lgbt community in general and I myself have had negative things to say about Washington Watch host Roland Martin as it pertains to us. However this is a time which I am giving him praise for this recent panel discussion in Racism and a Lack of Diversity in the LGBT Community.
We were warned– Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) told Roland Martin in a February interview, “Obama has put in place the kind of database… will have everything on every individual” Via Free Republic: Before It’s News has the transcript: “The President … Continue reading ?
After an early scare from Daniel Brands in his opening match at the 2013 French Open, don't expect seven-time champion Rafael Nadal to be caught off guard in the second round at Roland Garros. Nadal is scheduled to take on unseeded Slovakian...Show More Summary
With top-10 men's tennis stars like Andy Murray and Juan Martin del Potro set to sit out the 2013 French Open, the path to an eighth career Grand Slam title at Roland Garros is opening up for reigning champion Rafael Nadal. BoastingShow More Summary
In the wake of Roland Martin's firing and CNN's announcement of new hire Jake Tapper "the face" of the network, there's been plenty of conversation about the network's diversity (or lack thereof). But sometimes, a picture -- like this "Allow us to reintroduce ourselves" ad -- is worth a thousand words. Like The Root on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter. Read full article...
Shout out to Dr. Boyce Watkins. Yolanda Spivey speaks with Tom Joyner and Roland Martin about how many extra job offers she received once she led prospective employers to believe that she was white. youtube
The first ever Part II of a Saturday Night Card Game, following up on tonight’s Saturday Night Card Game. I believe it’s become some sort of Syndrome. Roland Martin Blames ‘White Male Executives’ for Never Getting His Own Show at CNN: Roland Martin on Thursday blamed racism for his inability to get his own show [...]
Roland Martin Is A Media Personality Roland Martin Is A Democratic Party Operative Roland Martin Is A Christian / Civil Rights "Voice Of The Least Of These" Roland Martin Is Black PLEASE IDENTIFY THE FORCE WITHIN THE BLACK COMMUNITYShow More Summary
Is this guy bitter or is he telling the truth? We thought the appeal factor for his show was his dilemma and the promotion of the show was CNN’s?? huffpolive youtube
As if to prove to CNN that the right decision was made to fire not renew Roland Martin's contract, the CNN contributor (whose contract expires April 6) lashed out at his soon-to-be former bosses Friday on HuffPost Live. “You have largely...Show More Summary
CNN contributor Roland Martin is on the way out from the cable news network, and he is already comfortable opening up about the executive decisions at the network. During an appearance this Thursday on HuffPostLive, Martin criticized...Show More Summary
Roland Martin on Thursday blamed racism for his inability to get his own show at CNN. "You have largely white male executives who are not necessarily enamored with the idea of having strong, confident minorities, who say, ‘You know, I can do this," he told HuffPost Live. read more
CNN contributor and TV One host Roland Martin–who is leaving the channel after a number of years as a contributor–unleashed some criticism at his soon-to-be-former bosses on HuffPost Live today. Martin told Marc Lamont Hill that when he joined CNN he intended to get his own show at some point. Show More Summary
The National Association of Black Journalists has named Roland Martin its Journalist of the Year for 2013, the organization announced Wednesday, lining up behind the journalist and commentator after CNN refused to renew Martin's contract. In...Show More Summary
For at least the next week or so, CNN can boast another award-winning journalist as part of the network's roster of talent. CNN contributor Roland Martin, who departs the network on April 6, has been named the National Association of Black Journalists' (NABJ) 2013 Journalist of the Year. Show More Summary