The #1 nationally syndicated female-oriented radio show and the top lifestyle and entertainment site for Black women have joined together in a strategic partnership to provide engaging content for women across all communication platforms. Starting the weekend of October 4, Café Mocha will begin airing’s popular feature Did Y’all See? and MadameNoire, will produce written content for

Best known as “radio from a woman’s perspective,” Café Mocha is the fastest-growing syndicated radio show catering to multicultural women.    The popular show, syndicated in more than 25 markets designed to empower women with a fresh blend of ideas, content and the best in urban music, is built upon the concept of women helping other women to grow through shared experiences and information, which makes Did Y’all See? a great addition to the content lineup.   The lively segment will feature MadameNoire editors discussing timely hot-button issues their audiences debated during the week and ask poignant questions about the state of Black women, relationships, and social and entertainment news.

MadameAs a complement, Moguldom Media Group site MadameNoire, an opinionated lifestyle publication with more than 68 million total monthly page views and 6.8 million unique visitors, which gives African-American women the latest in entertainment news, relationships, hair, health, style, and parenting, will provide editorial content for

“MadameNoire has already dominated the online space in terms of traffic and user engagement so when it came time to think about expanding our platform’s reach, it made perfect sense to partner with a brand like Café Mocha that’s committed to the same mission of engaging and educating women,” says Brande Victorian, Deputy Editor of

“In our effort to reach more women and provide relevant content we’re delighted to partner with,” says Sheila Eldridge, creator and executive producer of the Café Mocha radio show.  “ is a well-established brand and has an incredible following.  Most importantly, its commitment to African-American women aligns with our platform to be an advocate and voice for our audience.”