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

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CELEBRATING 141 YEARS OF EXCELLENT JOURNALISM & PRINT MEDIA SERVICES

Minority owned and operated, The Charlotte Post Publishing Company, Inc. (TCPPC) has served as a dominant force in educating, empowering and enlightening African-American communities throughout our 8 County Coverage Area in North Carolina and upstate South Carolina since 1878.

TCPPC upholds our commitment to maintain professional publications and layout, original creative ad designs, impactful editorial content, and multi-channel marketing solutions. 

As a trusted media resource, TCPPC is positioned as a leading provider of diversified news, information and entertainment from a Black Perspective.

 

JOURNALISM

TCPPC’s award-winning journalists publish comprehensive and impactful editorial content that is progressive, thought-provoking, community involved, culturally aware, and socially engaged.  Our dedication to the social, economic and political empowerment of African-Americans has earned national recognition and awards.

 

PRINT MEDIA SERVICES

TCPPC offers a multi-channel network of print, digital, and social media marketing platforms.  Our experienced sales professionals can provide proficient solutions that connect brand marketers to our affluent, ethnic-based consumer marketplace.

 

TCPPC Mission

  • Remain a trusted media resource supporting the progression of the African-American community.
  • Provide comprehensive and impactful editorial content from a Black perspective.
  • Increase awareness and support of community-based issues and initiatives that impact and influence African-American lifestyles.
  • Connect brand marketers to our affluent, ethnic-based consumer marketplace through multi-channel marketing platforms.

 

 

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