Rarely photographed Eunice Moseley is pictured in early 2000 with daughter and assistant Kerri Hobbs while coordinating a client's event in Century City near Los Angeles, California.

Rarely photographed Eunice Moseley is pictured in early 2000 with daughter and assistant Kerri Hobbs while coordinating a client’s event in Century City near Los Angeles, California.

*Media executive and Public Relation Strategist Eunice Moseley’s syndicated column The Pulse of Entertainment is now a featured column in The Washington Informer as of December 1, 2016. Its current estimated weekly readership of ¼ million is increased by The Washington Informers’ 60,000 in circulation.

Moseley has been a journalist for over 30 years starting in 1986 at The Baltimore Times as a feature writer, then as entertainment editor and ending with an entertainment column, The Pulse of Entertainment. The column was syndicated in the early 1990s immediately picking up former syndicated radio personality Lee Bailey’s popular digital entertainment magazine www.EURweb.com.

During her time at The Baltimore Times Eunice also worked as Business Manager, Sales Manager, Accounting Manager and as Promotions Director. In 2009 she launched a website for the column www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com. The website receives on average 60,000 hits a week and www.EURweb.com receives over 85,000 visitors a week.

Other media that periodically carries the column making up its estimated ¼ million readers per week include the Atlanta Daily World, New Pittsburgh Carrier, The Buffalo Criterion, The North Dallas Gazette, and the Chicago Defender. Eunice is also a weekly guest on Praise 98FM’s “Lady Charmaine Live” Show for her “The Pulse of Entertainment Weekly Update”.

Dr. Denise Rolark Barnes is the publisher of The Washington Informer, an award winning publication, which reaches the Washington, DC, Prince George’s County, Montgomery County and Northern Virginia readers. The Washington Informer was founded in 1964 by her parents Dr. Calvin W. Rolark, Sr. and step-mother politician Wilhelmina Rolark, Esq. Barnes is a graduate of Howard University’s Law School where she served as the Barrister’s editor. Her editor at The Washington Informer is Princeton University graduate D. Kevin McNeir former Senior Editor for the Miami Times.

Denise Rolark Barnes, publisher of 'The Washington Informer.'

Denise Rolark Barnes, publisher of ‘The Washington Informer.’

Founding publisher Dr. Calvin Barnes wanted a newspaper that avoided negative stories. He wanted his publication to publish only positive news. Headquartered in Washington DC The Washington Informer targets the African-American metropolitian communities. The weekly publication is a member of NNPA (National Newspaper Publisher’s Association), NAA (Newspaper Association of America) and MDDC (Maryland Delaware DC press).

Over the years for her column Eunice Moseley has interviewed, on multiple occasions, such entertainment personalities as Denzel Washington, Tom Hanks, Queen Latifah, Jackie Chan, Bruce Willis, Mark Wahlberg, Mary J. Blige, Usher, Chris Brown, Faith Evans, Kelly Price, Ne-Yo, Shirley Caesar, T.D. Jakes, Fred Hammond, Bishop J Drew Sheard, Marvin Sapp, Kirk Franklin and Kirk Whalum to name a few. Event coverage and reviews are also featured in The Pulse of Entertainment which includes movie releases, television network conferences and award shows (SAG, ASCAP, BMI, BET, NAACP Image, Golden Globes and Soul Train Awards).

A Baltimore native who currently resides in the Los Angeles County of Long Beach, Eunice 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 currently in the last stages of a Doctorate program seeking a Ph.D. in Management – Leadership Organizational Change at Walden University. Moseley is also president and founder of Freelance Associates (1993) a Public Relations/Business Management Strategy Consultant company (www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com/FreelanceAssociates.html). In 1999 she founded and still coordinates the “Uplifting Minds II” free entertainment conference held annually in Baltimore and Los Angeles (www.UpliftingMinds2.com). Eunice is also an author publishing two volumes of a biographically based book of poems titled Journey to Love: A Book of Poems.

For more information about Eunice Moseley or the latest edition of The Pulse of Entertainment log onto www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com. For more information on The Washington Informer or to find her column you can log onto www.WashingtonInformer.com.

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