Founded in 1997 BSN has scored several news scoops --including a major Wall Street scandalat Morgan Stanley; a corrupt lawyer who fleeced money from Holocaust survivors; and many more-- that have won it media coverage including on CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The Daily News, The New York Post, Newsweek, The New York Times magazine, New York Observer, The Village Voice, and Brill's Content magazine. Please become a part of The Black Star News family today. Milton Allimadi, Publisher and CEO, has a degree in journalism from the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia. He's worked for The Journal of Commerce; The Wall Street Journal; The New York Times; and The City Sun. He co-founded The Black Star News in 1997 with some savings and with seed money from Camille and Bill Cosby. When he's not reading newspapers, surfing the net or writing, he's probably jogging, reading a book, catching a movie or traveling to a beach somewhere. She presently hosts her own show On Air with Deardra on Sarfmradio.com She has produced concerts in Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden, and Carnegie Hall and is the the author of a short story that is featured in Arielle Ford's book Mystical Souvenirs. Ms. Shuler aided the Beyond the Tears 2007 Humanitarian Awards Show at the Apollo Theatre which honored Winnie Mandela. She has along career in publishing as the former Editor of several New York minority newspapers. She is a member of the, National Congress of Black Women, African American Women in Cinema, and the National Black Journalist Association Before attaining her MS from Columbia's J- School, as the franchise is so affectionately called, Neanda received her BA in Political Economy from City University of New York. After School she interned at the New York Times and Forbes.com. Movies, books or economic seminars with Joseph Stieglitz are what constitute leisure time for Neanda. You may contact this journalist at the nearest pub, with a screen large enough to show the 2010 World Soccer Cup! Ocen Allimadi loves global music. Music is the window to the world's cultures, he says. Whenever I travel to a country for the first time, the first thing I do is listen to and study the music. Ocen studied music in London and is currently working on a degree in History of Black People in The Atlantic World' he's also polishing up his French to prepare for more travel in the French-speaking world. He's worked at the Sound Arts Studio in London, a community-based center, helping youngsters record their demos. He's been a music producer and DJ since the late 90s.