Earl G. Graves Ltd., a media company, provides business information and advice to African American professionals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, decision makers, and small businesses. It publishes Black Enterprise magazine to empower clients in building career, business, and wealth; and operates BlackEnterprise.com Website that provides executive and entrepreneurial resources, information, and profiles on money management, employment, career, and start-up development to enable clients to access breaking financial news, broadcasts, podcasts, videos, live events, forums, and blogs, as well as share content across social media platforms. The company also offers syndicated television progr...
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Black Enterprise Announces Executive Appointments
Oct 28 14
Black Enterprise named Derek T. Dingle and Alfred Edmond Jr. as Chief Content Officers. Dingle, Editor-in-Chief of Black Enterprise magazine, has been charged with leading content strategy for print and event properties of the company. He joins Edmond, named a chief content officer earlier this year and also a former editor-in-chief of Black Enterprise, who is now tasked with leading content strategy for Black Enterprise's digital and broadcast television properties, as well as the company's marketing efforts. Both Dingle and Edmond will retain their status as senior vice presidents and members of the Black Enterprise senior management team. Both Dingle and Edmond will report to CEO Butch Graves. In addition to continuing to run Black Enterprise magazine, Dingle will lead content creation for an expanding roster of national and custom events, including the Women of Power Summit, the Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit, the Black Enterprise Golf & Tennis Challenge, the 20/20 Vision Forum series on supplier diversity, and the newly added American Black Film Festival and Baltimore African American Festival. Edmond is responsible for content strategy for digital properties, including BlackEnterprise.com and Black Enterprise social media platforms, and for broadcast properties such as the Women of Power and World with Black Enterprise nationally syndicated television shows, as well as content marketing across platforms. Prior to accepting his current position, Edmond was Sr. VP/multimedia editor-at-large of Black Enterprise, overseeing content and circulation marketing for the company, while also providing brand and content leadership across media platforms.