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The Voice of the Black Community
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About The Charlotte Post Publishing Company, Inc.

  
 
 
 
   
   

Celebrating 138 Years of Excellent Journalism & Print Media Services

The Charlotte Post and The Triangle Tribune newspapers are divisions of The Charlotte Post Publishing Company, Inc. (TCPPC).  Minority owned and operated, TCPPC has served as a dominant force in educating, empowering and enlightening African-American communities throughout our combined 12 county coverage area in North Carolina and upstate South Carolina since 1878.

JOURNALISM

As a trusted media resource, TCPPC remains committed to the social, economic and political empowerment of African-Americans.  Our award-winning Journalists provide comprehensive news coverage from a 'Black Perspective' that is progressive, thought-provoking, community-involved, culturally aware and socially engaged.

PRINT MEDIA SERVICES

TCPPC alters the way 'Black Media' is perceived in comparison to general market media. Our Standard Of Excellence is upheld by our commitment to produce high-quality print and digital materials, maintain a professional layout with original creative ad designs, and provide proficient marketing services via print, digital and social media elements… often expected only from general market media.

    
 
 
    
    
    
 
 
 
       
    

Gerald Johnson

Publisher & CEO

 

Bonitta Best

Managing & Sports Editor

Robert Johnson

Publisher & General Manager

 

Christy McNeil

Sales & Marketing Manager

 

Upcoming Events

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Black Women Exhibit

An art show highlighting renown black artists

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Tax Workshop

Workshop focused on budgeting and managing your

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Lupus Walk

Join the Lupus Foundation of America, North

Latest News

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