The Black-Owned Media Movement

Byron Allen
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African-Americans don't need handouts and donations; we can hire ourselves if white corporate America does business with us in a fair and equitable way.

Cathy Hughes
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"It’s interesting how God arranges your schedule. When you’re helping someone else, you never run out of time, when you’re just interested in helping yourself, time is real short."

Earl "Butch"Graves
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The US has groups of people talking at each other, but not listening. – Ref. Diversity in Silicone Valley

Dante Lee 
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“African Americans have an annual buying power of $1 trillion dollars, but there are very few affordable services that help marketers reach these consumers. What I’ve created helps small business owners affordably and effectively reach this market.”

TOGETHER WE ARE EXPLOSIVE!

Who better to tell the story of Black People and Black Culture,

than those that live and breathe it every day?  

The BOMM is the support of Black Owned Media.   Mainstream media has frequently portrayed African Americans with personality characteristics that are stereotypically negative.  Although the quantity of African American images on television has increased, in most cases, the quality of these images has not.

UTS TV represents the Black Culture and celebrates the Icons, Trendsetters, Movers, and Shakers in the media industry past and present that empower the culture through Black-Owned Media Businesses and Corporations. 

 

JOIN THE MOVEMENT  & SUPPORT BLACK MEDIA!

Who was the first African American woman to star in her own TV Show?

Answer: Ethel Waters

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