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  • mediahandlers 9:56 am on September 14, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , barackobama, , broadcast system, , Conversation, , , Ethnicity, Fox, , , , , , vacation   

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    So here is the question, how does this “what” 3 or 4 day discussion bring any of us to the next level of helping! and the bad part, like the brother said (Daniel L) , i have moved forward from my post days ago, 9 contacted me, ending results 2 people both non black and it was not about money just about how to place there content on one of the channels, 

    IF THIS Discussion had faces would it be the same conversation with the same view points, why don’t you turn on your webcams and continue this topic and let the world join the convocation, that’s where help starts. I like when people pretend that the visual way of life is not the most powerful form of delivering information because they have no interest in in delivering information without the prestige of saying its coming from them self, when 90 present of the people in america gain all there information from the american broadcast system, 

    All the same people that you all have mentioned are watching videos on you tube or watching the game on BET, The X Factor ON Fox and again i can go on and on so if you want to help you must enter the platform that people are already on and deliver the information the way they can feel most comfortable with (yo). 

    my point in entering the discussion was to show us all how self centered & selfish 
    even the one that say they understand or sympathize with the mean fact of this discussion helping other come to a new self value, did anyone pool resources to move forward and continue to build on public awareness, is that not how a movement starts, 

    I told everyone what i can bring to the table & the end results non blacks and younger individuals pick up the phone to find out how they can share there message to the world on our network,we get on the average 75 thousands unique views not Hits! a month on our channels so to have 10 (the exact number of people that came from linked in) on the day i posted does not do much for me, so i did not post for promotional purposes,we have a team that does that, 

    I thought i would find some blacks that we could stand on common ground and do something to move forward, that did not happen but i did obtain two fellow Latinos, 3 young white brothers, two singing duos and a russian management company that would like to break into the worldwide & american marketplace, but not one black, WHY!! 

    I have been doing this for over 10 years and before that worked in the entertainment industry, i am not really asking why, because i personalty already know why, but less stop blaming everybody else and start looking at facts, no trust or respect for each other i get high praise for what i do as a black men in america from every other race i come across, very few blacks, ask any rapper that.. get it together black people its time to move forward…. makes no sense at all putting it on the kids, the music, the fashion, when no one wants to really stand up to make the change, again Television is and will be the most important form of information on line or on the broadcasting network systems, that’s why you know all about your favorite (what every it is) but we write about what we need to do and change for blacks in america

    You can’t move forward with people that are really looking for recognition of what they do for us, instead of just doing it, people ask me all the time why they don’t see me on the channel, my reply, ChannelLiveTV is not a show about me, its a channel about urban life style, did any of you know that, nope, did you even take the time to seat back and watch, nope, but i can say each one is probably watching there favorite shows on TV or on You Tube right now!! hood wink and bamboozled, stay blessed

    • Jay Earley 10:09 am on September 14, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Danilo, first of all thanks for being here and thanks for posting this discussion on your website. TV and Radio are forms of media to get the news out to the masses. That is a good thing and with out viewing your TV channel for a while I can not say how effect you have been in working towards stopping the violence or helping the advancement of our youth. I assure you i will check more into. As for past statement ” angry and frustrated “, I have to agree,maybe you didn’t mean to, but it did sound like that. None of the Gentlemen that I know working around the country in their communities for the advancement of our youth are self centered or selfish. These are hard working dedicated people who are trying to make a difference the best way they know how. Media TV or Radio can get the news to the masses , but it can’t have a eye to eye one on one conversation. These youths need mentors…. TV can’t give them that. Many need Father’s who for various reasons are not in the home. So don’t knock those that don’t choose your way. Your way is one of many options available to reaching our youth.

      The point I am trying to make is that we all do the best we can. I chose radio because Blogtalk Radio was within my budget. I reach about 3,500 to 4000 listeners a month airing once a week. I have been working on trying to get a live weekly talk show in Chicago to be able to talk weekly with the people living right their in the community. The problem at the time is sponsors. One hour of air time is not cheap. If you have listen to the show I did on 8 September,

      http://www.blogtalkradio.com/jaysdrivetimeshow/2012/09/08/jays-drive-time-show-saturday-special ,

      Possible the Gentlemen I had on the show would be interested in the type of media coverage that you offer. So email me at info@jayearleymedia4success.com or message me here and I will receive it at the same address. That way we can discuss possibilities and see if there is a basis on which we can work together for a common cause.

  • mediahandlers 9:09 pm on August 3, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Angelo, , , Chrisette Michele, D'Angelo, , , Made in America Music Festival, Mary J. Blige, , Melanie Fiona, Philadelphia, Philly, Robin Thicke, , vacation   

    Update:Jay-Z Philly’s Made in America Music Festival_MediaHandlers 


    Summer’s almost over, but the party is just getting started in Philly. The creative scene was bumpin’ before, and it’s about to get even louder (and hotter). In August, we’ll be jammin’ with Mary J. Blige, D’Angelo and Melanie Fiona; workin’ up a sweat at the Mad Decent Block Party; gettin’ mesmerized by Philadanco’s swift new dance moves; and groovin’ to the soulful sounds of Robin Thicke, Chrisette Michelle and Leah Smith. It’s going to be bananas! So, grab your sun block and hit the streets as Philly turns up the heat. Insider tip: End your summer with a

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  • mediahandlers 7:18 pm on July 2, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , vacation   

    The Newsroom, TV Recap 

    ‘The Newsroom’ Season 1, Episode 2, ‘News Night 2.0′: TV Recap

    Even though “The Newsroom” mines the recent past for its storylines, hindsight won’t benefit the “News Night” crew every week. Sometimes the best attempts to present multiple sides of an issue fall short. And sometimes doing a professional newscast gets waylaid by romantic immaturity.

    With everyone reporting on the BP oil spill, MacKenzie wants to shift focus to SB1070, Arizona’s Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act. (HBO and “Newsroom” creator Aaron Sorkin must be rejoicing that this episode coincides with the Supreme Court’s June 25 ruling in the Arizona immigration case.) Anchor Will still wants to lead off with the spill, especially since the show has images of a rig sinking. “We don’t do good television, we do the news,” MacKenzie replies in one of her many noble, passionate statements. Heightening the college-lecture feel of both “News Night” and “The Newsroom,” MacKenzie scribbles several journalistic credos – they form an unsuccessful pneumonic device, IIIA – on a collapsing easel, and staffers raise their hands to ask questions.

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