Rogers explained the sale was "extremely important" and allowed the storied publications "to continue to grow," as well as make them "viable moving forward in the future."
Last week Johnson Publishing Company, the Chicago based entity that has printed Ebony and JET magazines for the last sixty plus years made a big announcement: JET was going digital. The printed pocket-sized weekly digest for Black America is no longer; the brand has phased into offering daily online content instead, available at JETmag.com. But the big […]
Via EURWEB.com: If you’re not familiar with Desiree Rogers, she was the White House Social Secretary for the Obama’s who caught hell after the two party crashers got into the President’s first state dinner without being invited. She resigned from her post last year and now has stepped back on the scene to accept a position […]