Busy is the only way to describe Flo Anthony. Under the umbrella of her own company, Dottie Media Group LLC and Superadio, Flo hosts the daily syndicated radio shows, "Gossip On The Go With Flo" and "Flo Anthony's Big Apple Buzz," taking the scoop on the entertainment industry nationwide to top markets including New York City, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Oklahoma City, Charlotte, North Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, Rochester, New York, West Palm Beach, Florida and Little Rock, Arkansas. The show is heard by 3 million listeners daily. A triple media threat, Flo also writes a weekly syndicated column that appears in The New York Amsterdam News, Philadelphia Sunday Sun, BRE Magazine, Columbus Times and Oklahoma Eagle. A stringer for the Confidential column in the New York Daily News, she is also the publisher/editor-in-chief of Black Noir Magazine and is looking forward to launching a new Sports Magazine heralding African-American athletes called "Sportin' Joe." Not to be left out of cyberville, Flo has joined blogosphere, with Glitterai Gold at floanthony.blogspot.com. Flo is seen almost daily on TV One's "Life After", and, after 20 years, continues to be a familiar face on such entertainment shows as "The Insider" and "Entertainment Tonight." In the past she has been featured on shows which included Joan Rivers, Geraldo, Inside Edition, Sally, Maury Povich, Montel Williams, Leeza Gibbons, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, CNBC, Fox News Channel and Good Day New York, etc.
A former publicist for legends like Muhammad Ali, the late Butch Lewis, Michael Spinks, Larry Holmes, Mike McCallum, Matthew Saad Muhammad, Lynn Whitfield, Leon Isaac Kennedy, Saoul Mamby and Tyra Banks, Flo still reps a very exclusive group of clients.
Flo worked at the New York Post for almost a decade where she was the first African-American female to work in the Sports Department and first African-American to work in the Entertainment Department and the world renowned Page Six. She was also the first African-American to write a weekly column in the tabloid, the National Examiner.
A graduate of Howard University and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Flo resides in East Harlem, New York and is busy working on her second novel, "Deadly Stuff Players," a sequel to her bestselling novel "Keeping Secrets, Telling Lies."
The NBA and Hollywood came together Feb. 26 at the London West Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles to celebrate the premiere of “Kobe Bryant’s Muse,” the Showtime documentary that tells the story of the basketball icon’s career up until now.
Renowned philanthropist Jean Shafiroff and yours truly attended “The Making of a Costume” Monday night, Feb. 9 at New York City Center.
Jonelle Procope, president and CEO of the Apollo Theater, hosted the now annual Valentine’s Day “Dining With the Divas,” a luncheon celebrating extraordinary women, Thursday, Feb. 12 on the stage and entire main floor of the legendary Harlem landmark
As usual, traveling to the NAACP Image Awards with Chevrolet proved to be a fabulous, fruitful weekend.
For the first time in more than 30 years, Eddie Murphy is making his return to “Saturday Night Live.” In an interview with NewsOneNow, the comedian said he will appear on SNL’s 40th anniversary special, airing Feb. 15.
LL Cool J will host the 57th annual Grammy Awards for the fourth consecutive year.
The film “Selma,” will become the latest in a line of Oscar contenders, such as last year’s ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom” and 2012’s “Lincoln” and “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” to be shown in the White House.
According to reports, the flashback scene in the Jan. 7 debut of “Empire” on Fox, in which Lucious Lyon, played by Terrence Howard, beats his 6-year-old son Jamal and dumps him in a trash can for wearing his mother’s heels was based on the show director Lee Daniels’ rough relationship with his own father.
According to reports, Tyrese was truly “Fast and Furious” recently.
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