#1 – EURWeb
Since its online launch in 1997, the EUR/Electronic Urban Report has become the Internet’s foremost information source for urban entertainment, sports, politics and opinion.
#2 – The Source
Since 1988, the Source has been the leading international voice for the ever-evolving world of Hip-Hop music, culture and politics.
#3 – Black Enterprise
Black Enterprise is the premier business, investing, and wealth-building resource for African Americans. Since 1970, they have provided essential business information and advice to professionals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and decision-makers.
#4 – Essence
Founded in 1970, Essence is an international, omni-channel destination for diverse storytelling and original content comprising beauty, fashion, lifestyle, entertainment, and culture.
#5 – Bossip
Bossip.com is the premier destination for African American popular culture and entertainment, with a voice that’s edgy, viciously hilarious, politically aware–and completely unique.
#6 – Worldstar Hip Hop
WorldStarHipHop.com was formed in 2005 and has undergone tremendous growth since it’s initial launch. WorldStarHipHop.com is the premiere online hip hop destination. Artists and brands alike have utilized the platform that WorldStarHipHop.com to debut their music videos, singles, apparel, and products given the sites traffic and loyal audience.
#7 – SOHH
For the best in Hip-Hop News, there is SOHH (Support Online Hip Hop). Voted one of the best Hip Hop sites by Rolling Stone in 2001.
#8 – Black America Web
REACH Media was formed in January 2003 to develop, acquire, and partner in quality media and marketing opportunities targeting the African American community and lifestyles. Tom Joyner, radio’s preeminent African-American entertainer REACH Media’s founder, chairperson, and majority owner.
#9 – Lipstick Alley
Lipstick Alley members are predominantly African American females, but all races and genders are welcome to join.
#10 – Rolling Out
RollingOut.com is the top resource for Breaking Black News, Celebrity Videos, Entertainment, Business, and more.
#11 – Africanews
In response to the question “Why Africanews?” Michael Peters answered: “Africa is a land of opportunities. It is a continent which is rising. But why can’t we hear what the Africans have to say, not only on African affairs but on world affairs too? The demand for unbiased News is unmet. There is a gap to fill. This is why we are launching Africanews to pioneer independent News from the African perspective. A new adventure starts for a fully-fledged Pan-African network whose unique mission is empowering people through independent and reliable news.”
#12 – Ebony
EBONY is the No. 1 source for an authoritative perspective on the multidimensional African-American community. The EBONY brand, including print, digital and social reaches over 30 million readers monthly. EBONY media reflects the cross-section of Black America as delivered by the best thinkers, trendsetters, activists, celebrities, and next-generation leaders.
#13 – The Grio
TheGrio.com is a video news community devoted to providing stories and issues that affect and reflect black America but may be underrepresented in traditional national news outlets.
#14 – All Hip Hop
AllHipHop.com was founded and launched in 1998 by CEO’s Grouchy Greg Watkins and Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur. AllHipHop.com is a valuable resource for hip-hop on the internet, featuring daily news, interviews, reviews, multimedia, a fast-growing community, and other interesting content.
#15 – HelloBeautiful
HelloBeautiful.com is where Black women go to talk about themselves shamelessly. We share, confess, indulge, encourage, and celebrate each other while indulging our guilty pleasures.
#16 – NewsOne
NewsOne.com is your destination for news and information for and about Blacks in America. Filled with original stories, diverse opinions, photos, videos and polls, let NewsOne be your daily stop and make your voices heard!
#17 – AALBC.com
AALBC.com oldest, largest, and most frequently visited website dedicated to books written by or about people of African descent. AALBC.com’s
#18 – Young, Black and Fabulous
Delivering breaking news, exclusive stories, the fab, the foolywang and instant celebrity news.
#19 – Madame Noire
In the heart of a woman, you’ll find two things: love, and more love. Even when that woman’s having a bad hair day or struggling with her 1980’s wardrobe, she is filled with love. This woman is you, your sister, your mother, your role model, your wife, your friend, your girlfriend, your cousin, your First Lady…: we listen to her thoughts and collect them here. And, we fondly call her “MadameNoire.”
#20 – Atlanta Black Star
“Empowering narratives to change our world – News, Politics, Entertainment, Culture, and more from a Black perspective.”
#21 – MTO News
MTONews.com launched in 2006 and quickly became the top online destination for African American news. The site covers celebrity, entertainment and general interest news, with a focus on African American culture.
#22 – JET Magazine
Domain Created: Jul 05, 1996 (24 Years, 1 Months)
Owner: Clear View Group
We’re hip, engaging, fresh, saucy, informative…and naturally, opinionated. At JET we proudly establish ourselves as the coolest point of entry for a young, determined audience who won’t be put in a box.
#23 – Blavity
“Blavity is a community of the most exceptional multi-cultural creators and influencers in the world. We partner with diverse content creators and influencers to help them reach a wider audience, amplify their message, and fund their hustles. We believe that the world shifts according to the way people see it. If you change the way people view the world, you can transform it.”
#24 – BlackNews.com
BlackNews.com is a non-partisan online destination for African American news, commentary, and celebrity photos. Since the year 2000, the site has been a valuable resource to the African American community.