*In 2008 media pioneer Lee “The Voice” Bailey decided to publish the syndicated entertainment column of media executive Eunice Moseley, called The Pulse of Entertainment, every week on his very popular digital magazine EURweb.com. In 2019 the website began publishing the column twice a week – Fridays and Tuesdays. The trailblazing online magazine is the foremost digital media for black news – receiving over 850,000 visitors a week.
Moseley developed The Pulse of Entertainment while Entertainment Editor at The Baltimore Times, where she worked in several management positions since she was hired in 1986. She is currently Promotions Director at-large for the newspaper. Eunice also served for a time as Lee Bailey’s Gospel Content Editor for his company Rabercom, with Gospel content appearing at www.EURweb.com and via his legendary EURweb EBlasts.
The EURweb.com website was launched by Bailey to offer the same news content he gave as a syndicated radio personality online. Lee is a pioneering radio personality once called “The Voice.” He was one of the first black syndicated radio jocks in the country airing on over 30 stations across the country. His website EURweb.com became one of the most successfully digitally published magazines that offers black entertainment news. His black news content went on to be featured on mass transit buses in several cities, such as Los Angeles and picked up by major websites of radio, newspaper and broadcast mediums across the country.
Eunice approached Bailey at a music industry conference, where he was serving on the panel, about publishing her column. At first the answer was no, but eventually, with persistence, he conceded and started to publish her column The Pulse of Entertainment.
For her column Moseley has covered major red carpeted events such as the Grammy Awards, the Golden Globe Awards, the ASCAP and BMI Awards, as well as attended press junkets/conferences and screenings for such major networks as NBC, Lifetime, BET, Bounce TV, Disney, Nickelodeon and TV One, as well as movie production/distribution companies such as Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Lionsgate and Walt Disney Pictures. She has interviewed such iconic entertainment industry personalities as actors Chris Tucker, Denzel Washington, Tom Hanks, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, Jackie Chan, and Taraji P. Henson, and singers Chris Brown, Usher, Ne-Yo, Faith Evans, and Mary J. Blige. The column, in syndicated, has an estimated ¼ million readers each week and is also published periodically in The Washington Informer, The Baltimore Times, Atlanta Daily World, New Pittsburg Courier and the Michigan Chronicle – to name a few. The syndicated column is housed at www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com which receives on average 120,000 hits a week,
A Baltimore native, Eunice currently divides her time between Baltimore and Los Angeles. She holds a Bachelors degree in Telecommunications from Morgan State University, a Masters in Management Technology/Public Relations and a M.B.A. from University of Maryland University College. She is president of Freelance Associates, a public relations/business management strategy/consultant company (1993). In 1999 she founded and still continues to coordinate the “Uplifting Minds II” (ULMII) Entertainment Conference, a free community event held annually in Baltimore and Los Angeles (www.UpliftingMinds2.com), where she offers aspiring singers, songwriters, dancers and actors a stage and a panel of entertainment industry professionals. Moseley is also an author who has published two biographically based books of poems titled Journey to Love: A book of poems (Vol. 1 & 2) available on the websites of Barns and Noble, and Amazon.
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