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The Book Look Web Series Celebrates The African American Literary World

| May 27, 2013 | 0 Comments
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

| May 27, 2013 | 4 Comments
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

| May 16, 2013 | 1 Comment
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

| May 14, 2013 | 2 Comments
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

| May 12, 2013 | 0 Comments
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

| May 11, 2013 | 0 Comments
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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How Black & Sexy TV Is Becoming An Online Empire: Part II

| April 27, 2013 | 0 Comments
How Black & Sexy TV Is Becoming An Online Empire: Part II

Part II of our exclusive interview with Dennis Dortch, the Creative Director of Black & Sexy TV. Black & Sexy TV is the mothership for high quality online Black web series. Check out Part I of our interview. JAM: How heavily does Black & Sexy TV donations? Does that really determine whether or not you’ll […]

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How Black & Sexy TV Is Becoming An Online Empire

| April 27, 2013 | 8 Comments
How Black & Sexy TV Is Becoming An Online Empire

Black & Sexy TV is known for its highly creative and entertaining collection of web series. The Couple, The Number, That Guy, Roomie Lover Friends & Hello Cupid are all web series created by Black & Sexy TV and associates. Viewers from around the world have become captivated by their one-of-a-kind story lines. Dennis Dortch, […]

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Ashford J. Thomas, of Howton U. Web Series, Showcases The HBCU Experience

| April 12, 2013 | 0 Comments
Ashford J. Thomas, of Howton U. Web Series, Showcases The HBCU Experience

Howton U. is a comedic web series that follows the lives of college students on an HBCU campus. Ashford J. Thomas, the creator of the Howton U. Web Series, tells us about his journey   from being an HBCU student to creating this hilarious web series focused on HBCU life. JAM:  What gave you the […]

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Kim Williams, Creator of The Unwritten Rules Web Series Ignites A Truthful Discussion On Race

| April 10, 2013 | 4 Comments
Kim Williams, Creator of The Unwritten Rules Web Series Ignites A Truthful Discussion On Race

Kim Williams is a Writer and Producer who has spent 16 years in Television Post Production and Programming/ Development. In 2004, she decided to chronicle the countless stories she and her friends shared about their white co-workers into a fictional diary, “40 Hours and an Unwritten Rule: The Diary of a Nigger, Negro, Colored, Black, […]

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