Black Report: A FOX SOUL Original Nightly News Show

Black Report. Image courtesy FOX SOUL
Black Report. Image courtesy FOX SOUL /

Black Report is a nightly news show on FOX SOUL which covers the latest news and topics in the African-American community. Co-anchors Nii-Quartelai Quartey and Courtney Hicks do not just cover the information. They also discuss Black culture at large.

If you are looking for a trustworthy media source that goes into detail about breaking news events occurring in America’s Black community that big media may not be covering, FOX SOUL’s Black Report is the place to go.

Black Report covers an array of topics, from a story about Alabama students walking out, Rihanna’s Super Bowl Halftime Show performance and Black Lives Matter.

As co-anchors, Nii-Quartelai Quartey and Courtney Hicks balance wonderfully off of each other through conversation and their equal interest in the topics they cover, as well as giving their own thoughts on the issue at hand in addition to announcing the news.

Black Report making the choice to highlight news pieces that may not see the light of day on other news shows or media gives those topics a voice and a place to be spoken about in depth. It shows that those topics, while not discussed by others, still have made an impact, and due to Nii-Quartelai Quartey and Courtney Hicks, they are being discussed on a platform that offers the chance to deliver a deeper conversation about such events rather than a quick blurb before it is quickly moved on from, which is something other news programs may do as they try to jump around to many pieces.

Given Black Report is a nightly show, it gives the co-anchors the ability to follow up on stories while delivering new stories that had occurred throughout the day or since their previous broadcast.

Black Report airs on weekdays at 3:00 PM  (PT) / 6:00 PM (ET) only on FOX SOUL.

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