Interviews

The Book Look Web Series Celebrates The African American Literary World

The Book Look Web Series Celebrates The African American Literary World

The Book Look is your online TV source for celebrating books, authors, celebrities and events relevant to the African American community. The Book Look is a popular review show commonly regarded as the industry’s video hub for African American literature. D. Amari Jackson, the creator of The Book Look, gives readers the inside scoop on […]

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We Got Kidz Web Series Shows Fun Side Of Urban Family Life

We Got Kidz Web Series Shows Fun Side Of Urban Family Life

We Got Kidz web series showcases the fun and quirky side of a positive urban family, and are the perfect complement to our award winning parenting blog http://www.wegotkidz.com. JAM: What gave you the idea to start your web series? Kesha Phillips: My family is super goofy and we absolutely love to have fun together. After running a successful […]

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The Marriage Tour Web Series Gives Clever Insight On Marital Issues

The Marriage Tour Web Series Gives Clever Insight On Marital Issues

Creator of The Marriage Tour web series, David Tinsley used real life experiences to capture the essence of marital life. The Marriage Tour has quickly become a web favorite for it’s natural depiction of love, marriage and real life issues that occur in relationships. In this interview, David Tinsley gives us the details on how […]

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The Fit Cycle Web Series Ignites a MOVEment with Artistic Flare

The Fit Cycle Web Series Ignites a MOVEment with Artistic Flare

The Fit Cycle is a cinematic wellness endeavor; that is inspired by art, music and a culture of collaboration. The Fit Cycle is moving at the rhythm of life.™ #TheFitCycle, is defined by resourcefulness. It works to inspire folks to make the most of what they have –however little, be it time, capital or possessions– to live more active and engaged lives. #GetItInWhereYouCanFitItIn  […]

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Moms Web Series Shows Refreshing Twist On Motherhood

Moms Web Series Shows Refreshing Twist On Motherhood

A new web series about the interesting joys of motherhood recently premiered on Mother’s Day. Saadiqa Muhammad, spills the beans on creating a web series as a mom on-the-go. JAM: What gave you the idea to start your web series? Saadiqa Muhammad:  First, I was a little hesitant because everybody is doing a web series. […]

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The Complex: A Black Christian Web Series Expands In Atlanta

The Complex: A Black Christian Web Series Expands In Atlanta

The Complex is a Black web series based out of Atlanta. It follows the story of Johanna, an aspiring actress who lives with her twin sister. The web series is comedic but is also spiritually grounded, with a Christian base. Sue-Ann Marie Hines, the lead actress  and co-creator of The Complex web series, talks about their new […]

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Announcements

Black Boots Web Series: An Outstanding Reveal of Black Greek Life

Black Boots Web Series: An Outstanding Reveal of Black Greek Life

Created and directed by Geno Brooks and co-written Lamont Pierré, Black Boots web series is a splendid display of excellent writing, cinematography, and acting. Set on the campus of a fictional HBCU, the plot follows a freshman named Grant that enters the pledging process  of a Black Greek fraternity but faces a series of challenges. It […]

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THE SHRINK IN B6 Episode 3: Netflix & Bootlegs

THE SHRINK IN B6 Episode 3: Netflix & Bootlegs

Check out The Shrink In B6 Episode 3 about bitter besties, Nadia & Farrah, sharing the parallels of having relationships on the rocks.

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The Corporate Brother Web Series: A Black Man Tries To Survive Corporate America

The Corporate Brother Web Series: A Black Man Tries To Survive Corporate America

The Corporate Brother is a comedy about a young black man named Bill who tries to survive and adjust to corporate America. It is the first show set in an office with an African American male lead. He is the only black person in the office. He learns to cope with being “different” than his […]

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Oscar Watch: New Web Series Inspired By Oscars

Oscar Watch: New Web Series Inspired By Oscars

Oscar Watch Us is a weekly series that showcases 10 actors of color as they perform monologues from the 2013 Academy of Motion Picture and Arts best actor/actress nominee/winner list. The mission of this project is to allow the world to see that casting should be classless, race less, and fun. Watch check out a […]

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The Shrink in B6 Web Series: A Colorful Dramedy About An Unlicensed Therapist

The Shrink in B6 Web Series: A Colorful Dramedy About An Unlicensed Therapist

Indie film house, HOUSE OF JUNE (HOJ) is delighted to introduce its new web series “The Shrink in B6.” HOUSE OF JUNE is an independent art film house that produces creative content for web, film and television. Founded in 2012 by Amber Bournett (“the lens”) and Ebony Blanding (“the pen”), HOJ’s mission is to create […]

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Dear Jesus Web Series Shows A Young Writer’s Ups And Downs Of Life

Dear Jesus Web Series Shows A Young Writer’s Ups And Downs Of Life

The award winning* Dear Jesus is a made for web drama series written and directed by Danielle Scott-Haughton and produced by Wonderlondon Films. The series revolves around a young fashion journalist, Mercedes, whose life falls apart and writes prayers to Jesus on her laptop to make sense of it all.  Whilst referencing “Jesus”, Dear Jesus […]

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In The News

Girl Reunited With Family After 9 yrs

Girl Reunited With Family After 9 yrs

Either scripts and active content are not permitted to run or Adobe Flash Player version10.0.0 or greater is not installed. Mona, a young girl thought to be dead after a militia attack in Darfur, has now been reunited with her family after 9yrs.

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Men In Tights: Fashion Do or Don’t

Men In Tights: Fashion Do or Don’t

Either scripts and active content are not permitted to run or Adobe Flash Player version10.0.0 or greater is not installed. A new fashion trend is coming called Meggings but some feel a little uncomfortable about this emerging look.

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Tavis Smiley Interviews India Arie

Tavis Smiley Interviews India Arie

Watch Singer-songwriter India.Arie on PBS. See more from Tavis Smiley. Singer India Arie opens up to Tavis Smiley about her life and recent absence from the public.

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14 yr old Arrested For Throwing A Pencil, Spends 21 Days in Jail

14 yr old Arrested For Throwing A Pencil, Spends 21 Days in Jail

When punishment goes too far, a 14 year old spends 21 days in jail for throwing a pencil. Leila Mcdowell from AriseTV covers the criminalization of Black children in the school system.

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Forced To Marry At Age 14

Forced To Marry At Age 14

CNN covers a sad practice in some Ethiopian communities, where young girls are forced to get married.

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Oprah Winfrey Donates $12 Million To African American Museum

Oprah Winfrey Donates $12 Million To African American Museum

The National Museum of African American History And Culture is receiving a $12 million donation from Oprah Winfrey. This is their largest received donation so far. The museum is opening in Washington, DC in 2015. Watch now.

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Fan Talk

Fan Talk: A. White Relates To Real Life Issues In “Between Women”

Fan Talk: A. White Relates To Real Life Issues In “Between Women”

I like it because it portrays situations that not only bi-sexual or lesbian women deal with. Theses are real life issues that every woman or man has been in the midst of. I enjoy it because I can relate to it. I can relate to being with someone that has a kid and the kid […]

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Fan Talk: Lisa Jones Laughs Out Loud Watching Niecy Nash’s “Let’s Talk About Love”

Fan Talk: Lisa Jones Laughs Out Loud Watching Niecy Nash’s “Let’s Talk About Love”

“Niecy Nash’s Let’s Talk About Love is an online show centered around love, dating and relationships. The show is featured on Yahoo.com. They talk about all sorts of things and it’s hilarious. It’s a really great show.” – Registered Nurse, Lisa Jones View more episodes. Do you have a favorite web series? Email us at […]

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Fan Talk: Jenny Colter Plugs the “Brat Chronicles”

Fan Talk: Jenny Colter Plugs the “Brat Chronicles”

“Da Brat’s new web series is called “Brat Chronicles”. I have been a fair-weather fan of hers for years, but this web series shows a very likable, down to earth, fresh and artistic side of her. It’s just getting off the ground but I think it’s going to go far. She has an intriguing story […]

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Fan Talk: Jenny Colter Amazed By “Going Home” Web Series

Fan Talk: Jenny Colter Amazed By “Going Home” Web Series

Reagan Gomez has an amazing web series called “Going Home”. It’s really, really good–the writing, the acting, the storyline….she does it all herself with the help of some family and friends…it’s definitely on a budget. I can see this getting a network slot VERY soon! -Jenny Colter, business owner and pr expert

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Fan Talk: Jenny Colter A Huge Fan of “Almost Thirty” Web Series

Fan Talk: Jenny Colter A Huge Fan of “Almost Thirty” Web Series

“I have become a huge fan of the ‘Almost Thirty’ web series directed by Matthew A. Cherry. This show is the absolute funniest program I’ve seen in a long time. The cast is comprised of African-Americans. It’s fresh, witty, organic and realistic–which makes it that much funnier. Kinda reminds you of ‘The Office’.” -Jenny Colter, business owner and pr […]

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Fan Talk: Why Cynthia Mincey Loves Awkward Black Girl Web Series

Fan Talk: Why Cynthia Mincey Loves Awkward Black Girl Web Series

“I find my guilty pleasure from time to time by watching The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl. I’m really not sure how I started watching it. I just remember viewing it one day and cracking my side at how very awkward she is. I don’t get to watch it a lot, but when I find […]

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