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BET/Centric presents ‘Queen Boss’ hosted by Tracey Edmonds

Posted by | Ray Cornelius

TV personality and media mogul Tracey Edmonds is teaming up with BET/Centric for its first business competition-reality series, “Queen Boss,” debuting on January 14 at 10 p.m. EST.

According to the show’s official press release, “Queen Boss” is a new 8-episode series that strives to find the best and brightest African-American female entrepreneurs and have them compete for the business opportunity of a lifetime. Each week, 3 new female entrepreneurs will step into the “Queen Boss Conference Room” where they’ll pitch their products to a panel of esteemed celebrity judges including Vanessa Simmons, Lauren Lake, Kandi Burruss, Carla Hall, Mikki Taylor, Lisa Price, Rakia Reynolds, Angela Benton and Robin Wilson. The entrepreneurs are all impressive women, but the judges put them to the test to see who has the Product, Passion, and Potential to win the competition.

“Queen Boss Judges” – Lauren Lake, Vanessa Simmons and Lisa Price

Each episode of “Queen Boss” features two distinct rounds of competition. In the first round, three of the competing entrepreneurs pitch their individual products to the judges who then deliberate with the host and eliminate one of the three entrepreneurs from the competition. In round two, the remaining two entrepreneurs are put to the ultimate test by competing against each other in a business challenge. The business challenges – which range from executing the perfect elevator pitch, out-trading the local professionals in the SoHo flea market scene, and creating a viral marketing on social media, — take the ladies out of the boardroom and into the streets of New York City to see if they can show the judges they have the passion, creativity, and brains to win. The 6 winners return for a semi-final and final round episodes, as the judges narrow the field and ultimately select one woman to win the grand prize $25,000 “Queen Boss Start-Up Fund” to get her business off the ground and the title of “Queen Boss!”

Click here to see a promo!

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‘Deion’s Family Playbook’ returns to OWN on Saturday, May 9th (VIDEO)

Posted by | Ray Cornelius 

OWN welcomes back Deion Sanders and his family with season two of “Deion’s Family Playbook,” premiering Saturday, May 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

“Deion’s Family Playbook” is the fun-filled and compelling real-life story of celebrated football legend and baseball star, Deion Sanders. Deion, best known as “Prime Time,” is a single father raising his own five children while caring for five more in the hopes of providing them a better life.  Raising ten kids isn’t easy, but with the help of his mother, Connie, and his longtime girlfriend, Hollywood producerTracey Edmonds, Deion manages to contain the chaos…most of the time.

This season, Deion and the family start to settle into their new- and smaller- temporary home, but nothing comes easy. Whenever Shilo’s not developing his music career, he’s tormenting the others. Bossy is battling Shedeur over his “player” mentality. Florida’s mom, Sheka, moves to town and asks him to move in with her, but he’s struggling just to stay out of trouble. And when Connie flies the coop for a much needed girls weekend, Deion finally sets out to teach them about responsibility.

Back in Los Angeles, Tracey is hard at work with her new full-time co-hosting gig on “Extra!” but can’t seem to get any alone time with Deion in what’s proving to be a very demanding “new normal.”  All the while, Deion and his beloved Prime Prep Academy are faced with their greatest hurdle yet with the looming threat of being shut down for good.

In the premiere episode, Deion receives a big surprise from Tracey during a trip to Los Angeles in the form of an unexpected reunion with her mother.  Back in Dallas, Florida and Shedeur test Connie’s patience by breaking the rules while Deion is out of town.

Click HERE to see a preview!

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Jada Pinkett Smith Likes Seeing Husband Will in Steamy Movie Scenes (VIDEO)

Posted by | Ray Cornelius 

It was date night for Will Smith and Jada Pinkett at the Los Angeles premiere for his new film “Focus.” The couple packing on the PDA on the red carpet talking to “Extra’s” Tracey Edmonds.

Will sharing some steamy scenes with co-star Margot Robbie in the movie, Jada saying she doesn’t mind seeing her husband like that, she actually likes it, “After 20 years…I actually you know…” Will jumping in, “She a little freaky like that, she a little freaky like that.” Jada continued, “Unfortunately he’s right, you know it’s kind of a nice voyeuristic way to see your man, but I am kind of weird in that way, that’s a whole other conversation.”

Will joked that his wife gets to work with a lot of naked men on “Magic Mike: XXL.” He laughed, “The difference was everybody’s naked in Jada’s movie. It’s just overkill. It’s like somebody needs to put some drawers on.”

The actor added, “There’s so many famous people in ‘Magic Mike 2,’ everywhere I go there’s some man there who’s been in his drawers with my wife.”

How do they keep their marriage sexy? Jada replied, “I think you just have to be willing to keep things fresh… we love growing together and we love doing a lot of things together.

Will added, “Growing together is a big, important part, like, to never get static, there’s always something new.”

Check out the video below courtesy of “Extra”

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“Focus” in theaters this Friday but you can catch EXTRA tonight!


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RC talks to Regina Hall & Tracey Edmonds about Lifetime’s ‘With This Ring’ (VIDEO)

Written by | Ray Cornelius

Lifetime’s new romantic comedy, “With This Ring” premieres tonight at 8 p.m. EST and I had the distinct pleasure of chatting with the film’s leading lady, Regina Hall as well as one of the film’s executive producers, Tracey Edmonds, earlier this week.

“With This Ring” is based on the hugely popular book, “The Vow,” and tells the story of three career driven friends who decide to make a vow to get married or at least engaged within a year. In addition to Hall, Ring also stars Jill Scott, Eve, Brooklyn Sudano, Deion Sanders, Brian White, Jason George and Stephen Bishop.  The book was written by and based on the real lives and relationships of Denene Miller, Angela Burt Murray and Mitzi Miller. Although, the original story was conceived over a decade ago, Edmonds says the relationship issues these characters face are still relevant today.


“The themes are still the same and the issues are still the same. You still have these amazing fabulous women out there that for whatever reason are still single.”

According to Edmonds, she started working on the project in late 2008, early 2009 after she was given the book to read by the film’s other executive producer Gabrielle Union. They brought the project to Lifetime but after a few regime changes at the network and a few false starts; they weren’t able to get production rolling until last summer. For Edmonds, it’s a project she says was worth the wait and one she hopes audiences will enjoy.

“The book itself is such a page turner and I could so relate to these four women that were depicted in the book because they reminded me so much of myself and my four girlfriends. We felt that the stories were very relatable to today’s women and that they would embrace these characters.”

Hall, who has enjoyed a string of hit romantic comedies including “Think Like a Man,” “The Best Man” and “About Last Night,” stars as the film’s lead, Trista. She revealed that she immediately wanted to be a part of the project once she found out the producing team and after reading the script.


“Originally it started with the script. I read it and thought it was smart and poignant. I loved the characters and then when I found out who was behind the film like Tracey and Gabrielle. That really made a big difference because I knew it would be shot and done with integrity.”

Hall, who also confessed that she has taken a similar vow with her close friends, says she really enjoyed the “sisterly” bonds that were created  on and off the set with her fellow actresses and producers.

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“I think the film is about friendships which is one of the things I loved about working with these ladies.  I felt that we genuinely liked each other and I loved talking to Tracey. I found out that I had way more in common with her and the other ladies, which is an amazing type of situation to work in.”
Edmonds adds, “Off camera and on the screen, we completely experienced sisterhood. It was really a beautiful thing that took place on the set. You had Jill, Regina, Eve, Brooklyn and I, all bonding and sharing secrets about ourselves and talking about health and beauty tips and men. (LOL). We just really bonded.”

Check out a sneak peek of  “With This Ring” below and don’t forget to tune in tonight for the premiere at 8 p.m. EST on Lifetime.

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Oprah Winfrey hosts Special ‘Selma’ Screening, Sunday Brunch & more [PHOTOS]

Posted by | Ray Cornelius

Media mogul Oprah Winfrey hosted a special weekend of events promoting the upcoming release of Ava DuVernay’s Civil Rights drama, “Selma.”  A VIP screening of the film was held on Saturday night along with an exclusive after party dubbed “Legends Ball 2014.”

The event references the 2005 “Legends Ball” where Winfrey honored some of the biggest African-American female entertainers, models, and artists including Diana Ross, Tina Turner, Iman, Cicely Tyson, Ruby Dee, Chaka Khan, Mariah Carey, Coretta Scott King, Dr. Maya Angelou and others. This year’s “Ball” recognized a number of civil and social justice pioneers who paved the way for equality in the United States.

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“Selma” director Ava DuVerney with  co-stars David Oyelowo & Carmen Ejogo

Special guests included the “Selma” cast: David Oyelowo, Carmen Ejogo, Common, Giovanni Ribisi, Tessa Thompson, Niecy Nash, Lorraine Toussaint, Omar Dorsey, Andre Holland, Henry Sanders, Wendell Pierce, Jeremy Strong, Stephen Root, Corey Reynolds, Colman Domingo, Keith Stanfield, and Trai Byers along with Civil Rights Legends: Ambassador Andrew Young, Berry Gordy, Dr. C.T. Vivian, Diane Nash, Dick Gregory, Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., Congressman John Lewis, Rev. Joseph Lowery, Juanita Jones Abernathy, Julian Bond, Marian Wright Edelman, Myrlie Evers-Williams, Quincy Jones and Sidney Poitier.

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“Selma” stars Carmen Ejogo and Niecy Nash

 Also in attendance were Martin Luther King III, Magic Johnson, Smokey Robinson, Babyface, Tyler Perry, Ellen DeGeneres, Stedman Graham, Gayle King, Portia de Rossi, Donna Brazile, Robin Roberts, Angela Bassett, Tracey Edmonds, Deion Sanders, Dr. Phil and more. There was also a Sunday Brunch that featured a soul-stirring performance from Gospel music icon, Bebe Winans.

“Selma”  chronicles the landmark 1965 voting rights campaign regarded as the peak of the civil rights movement. Led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his band of brothers, the movement included several marches from Selma to Montgomery under dangerous opposition with one such event known as Bloody Sunday. The film produced by Pathe and Harpo Films will open in select theaters on December 25th.

Take a look at more photos below:

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Smokey Robinson with Dick Gregory/Berry Gordy with Tyler Perry

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Roland Martin with Quincy Jones

Robin and Wife Selma Actress

Robin Roberts and wife/”Selma” actress Lorraine Toussaint

 Common and Charity Michael Julian Bond

“Selma” stars Common and Charity Jordan/Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bond

Stedman and Sidney Poitier Magic and Cookie Johnson

Stedman Graham with Sidney Poitier/Magic and Cookie Johnson

Kent Faulcon John Lewis

“For Better or Worse” star Kent Faulcon/Congressman John Lewis

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Deion Sanders and Tracey Edmonds

Martin Luther King III

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Luther King III

Joseph Lowery and Family E. Roger Mitchell

Rev. Joseph Lowery with daughters/”Selma” actor E. Roger Mitchell and guest

Carolyn and Andrew Young Babyface

Ambassador Andrew Young and wife/Babyface and Wife

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“Selma” stars Colman Domingo and David Oyelowo

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Angela Bassett/”Selma” actress Tessa Thompson

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WATCH new ‘Extra’ Promo feat. co-hosts Tracey Edmonds & Charissa Thompson

Posted by | Ray Cornelius 

Emmy award winning “Extra” kicks off its 21st season with two new co-hosts, Tracey Edmonds and Charissa Thompson joining Mario Lopez.

As previously mentioned, Edmonds and Thompson will serve as special correspondents on the popular entertainment news series. The two beauties are replacing Maria Menounos, who recently inked a deal with E! as well as a new partnership with NBC Universal for an upcoming series titled, Untold with Maria Menounos.

Edmonds is an award-winning producer and CEO of production company Edmonds Entertainment, whose latest project is the hit series Deion’s Family Playbook on OWN. Thompson is currently the co-host of Fox Sports Live on Fox Sports 1.

Lopez, Edmonds and Thompson will continue to broadcast from Extra’s home at Universal Studios Hollywood, the entertainment capital of Los Angeles. The trio will deliver the latest breaking news from the worlds of entertainment and pop culture from a variety of locations throughout Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal CityWalk, home to world-class retailers, restaurants, thrill rides, iconic movie characters and the Studio’s famous backlot.

Check out the new promo video and don’t forget to tune in September 8th.

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Regina Hall, Jill Scott and Eve to star in Lifetime’s ‘With This Ring’

Posted by | Ray Cornelius

Lifetime  is on board to produce a new romantic comedy starring Jill Scott, Eve and Regina Hall. The project is titled, With This Ring  and is being executive produced by Tracey Edmonds, Shelia Duckworth and Being Mary Jane  star Gabrielle Union.

According to THR, With This Ring  follows three single best friends (Scott, Eve and Hall) who attend the lavish wedding of a fourth on New Year’s Eve, and desperation pushes them to make the vow to be married within the year. Each woman starts the year with hopes of what will happen over the next 12 months, but will they all make it to the altar?

With This Ring  is written by Nzingha Stewart and will start filming next month in Cleveland with a fall debut planned.

Stay tuned…

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Tracey Edmonds joins ‘EXTRA’ as new correspondent

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Tracey Edmonds can now add entertainment correspondent to her illustrious resume. The producing powerhouse has been named one of EXTRA’s newest co-hosts.

According to the THR, Edmonds and Charissa Thompson will be joining Mario Lopez this fall as special correspondents on the popular entertainment news series. The two beauties are replacing Maria Menounos, who recently inked a deal with E!  as well as a new partnership with NBCUniversal for a upcoming series titled, Untold with Maria Menounos.

“I am thrilled to join Extra and am so excited about being a part of such a dynamic and progressive entertainment show,” said Edmonds in a statement. ‘I look forward to working with Mario, Charissa, Lisa G and her whole team. Extra already set the bar high, but I look forward to contributing new ideas and exploring new horizons on the show as I enter the next chapter of my career.”

Edmonds has built quite a media empire through her company, Edmonds Entertainment Group and is currently the COO of Our Stories Films.  She has produced such break out hits series as BET’s College Hill  and OWN’s Deion’s Family Playbook,  along with her boo Deion Sanders.

Kudos to Tracey!  RC is looking forward to her new gig which begins September 8.

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A ‘Jumping the Broom’ Sequel is on the Way!

Posted by | Ray Cornelius 

Indie Wire is reporting that Our Stories Films and TD Jakes Productions have confirmed a sequel to the 2011 romantic comedy, Jumping the Broom,  starring Paula Patton and Laz Alonso.  Apparently, it has been rumored for quite some time that there would be a follow up to the film but nothing had been totally confirmed until now.

Jumping the Broom  followed Patton and Alonso as a couple looking to unite their very different families over a wedding weekend on Martha Vineyard. The film featured an all-star cast including Angela Bassett, Loretta Devine, Meagan Good, Tasha Smith, DeRay Davis, Mike Epps, Valerie Pettiford, Pooch Hall, Romeo Miller, Gary Dourdan and Brian Stokes Mitchell.

Reportedly, the sequel will also follow “two very different families” who come together for a wedding weekend in New York City. Tracey Edmonds and Bishop T.D. Jakes are on board as producers with DeVon Franklin overseeing it for Sony Pictures.

It has not been confirmed if the film’s original director, Salim Akil will be back or if the original cast will reprise their roles.

RC will keep you posted as the project continues to develop.

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SNEAK PEEK of OWN’s new docu-series ‘Deion’s Family Playbook’ (VIDEO)

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All Pro-Athlete Deion Sanders is back with a new reality-series on OWN called, Deion’s Family Playbook.  Originally titled, It’s Prime Time,  the one-hour series follows Sanders as he juggles raising five of his own kids along with five other “adopted” children. In addition to his duties as a single father, Sanders is also co-founder and football coach of Prime Prep Academy, a charter school that aims to make a lasting impact on the lives of children in underserved areas. With so much on his plate both at school and at home, Deion strives to keep all facets of his complicated, crazy and chaotic life in balance and under control.   Help is on the way every other week when his girlfriend, Tracey Edmonds, a Hollywood producer who has two sons of her own, comes to visit.

Check out the first 5-minutes of the show below:

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Deion’s Family Playbook  premieres this Saturday, March 1 at 10 p.m. EST after Raising Whitley

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FIRST LOOK at Issa Rae’s The Choir (VIDEO)

Posted by | Ray Cornelius

A few weeks backs we reported that Awkward Black Girl’s  Issa Rae had teamed up with Tracey Edmonds for a new web series entitled, The Choir.  The new show will debut on Edmond’s faith/family-friendly YouTube channel, Alright TV.

Well now, the first trailer for the show has been released and so far it looks hilarious.

According to Indie Wire, The Choir  follows the United Church of Holy Christ in Fellowship’s choir as they attempt to rebuild their dying congregation. Join the church choir as they band together to try to find new, innovative — sometimes inappropriate — ways to make the church thrive as it once did!

Check it out below and tell us what you think…

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The Choir  premieres Aug. 29 on Alright TV – YouTube


UPDATE: ABC cuts Issa Rae and Shonda Rhimes’ show ‘I Hate L.A. Dudes’

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In Hollywood, sometimes you win and sometimes you lose…

A few weeks back, we reported that Awkward Black Girl’s  Issa Rae was collaborating with Scandal  creator, Shonda Rhimes on a new show for ABC called I Hate L.A. Dudes.  Well, according to Hello Beautiful, the show has been turned down. Rae apparently spilled the beans about the series’ dismiss during a recent interview.

“ABC passed on [“I Hate LA Dudes”] so I am working on another series right now,” she said. “But the process of working with [Shonda Rhimes] was freaking amazing and I learned so much from her.”

As previously reported, I Hate L.A. Dudes  centered on an aspiring journalist, new to Los Angeles, who becomes the lone female voice on a budding, male-driven Internet talk show, while learning to decode the often humiliating and exasperating rules of the LA dating scene.

L.A. Dudes  was just one of many projects Rae is involved with including her new series with HBO, her new webisode, The Choir  along with Tracey Edmonds and playing jazz great, Nina Simone in a new biopic about Lorraine Hansberry.


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The Many Faces of Issa Rae

Written by | Ray Cornelius

Her website reads “producer-writer-director” but Issa Rae is so much more than that.

She is recognized as a pioneer in the digital web revolution that is taking over YouTube and is also one of many featured on the Forbes 30 under 30  list. Rae’s groundbreaking web series, The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl  is seen by thousands of followers each episode and has opened doors for her to executive produce four other web series including Ratchetpiece Theater  and RoomieLoverFriends.

As one of Hollywood’s most sought after content contributors, Rae has already inked deals with Shonda Rhimes and ABC, Pharrell Williams’ I am Other  and most recently Tracey Edmonds and her new web channel, Alright TV. In addition to all of this, she is starring as the legendary jazz musician, Nina Simone in an upcoming biopic about the life of Simone’s friend and playwright, Lorraine Hansberry.

If that’s not enough, Rae is also one of the co-hosts of ASPiRE TV’s new talk show, Exhale. It’s a new women-led program which features candid and lively discussions about everything from relationships to careers to health and beauty and religion.

Recently, I caught up with Issa Rae during the Atlanta premiere of Exhale. We discussed an array of topics including the new talk show, her new web series The Choir,  her love for all things ‘ratchet’ and why she loved Beyoncé’s song, “I Been On (aka Bow Down Bitches).”

Check out a few excerpts from that interview:

On what makes “Exhale” different from “The View”…

I love the women that I’m working with on Exhale.  It’s just so amazing to be around Black, strong, intelligent, and funny women. (LOL) It’s like I have made friends overnight. And to be in an environment where we support each other is so outside of what mainstream media portrays of us. You’ve seen them showing how Black women don’t get along. We’re rowdy. We’re loud. We’re obnoxious. And that’s just not us…We (Exhale) represents different types of Black women. Everyone may not relate to us but you know someone like us. Exhale  is similar to The View,  in that it’s hosted by five women but that’s where it ends.

On her new project The Choir, produced for Tracey Edmond’s Alright TV…

I am excited to be working with Tracey Edmonds. She has a new premium YouTube channel called Alright TV  and it’s like faith friendly content. People who know me say, “OMG, you’re doing faith friendly stuff?” (LOL) Because I am not very religious and what I like about her channel is that it’s not “bang you over the head” religious programming. And The Choir  is not about that either. It’s about exploring the dynamic of a church choir. I used to sit in church as a child and was never drawn to the sermon or message but to the choir…to the music! So looking at them, I would often wonder what their life was like outside the church. “What they were doing the night before?” “What are they talking about in the stands?” “Why does one have an attitude with the other?” (LOL) Its explores the deep relationships between the choir members as their church is dying.

On why she adores the ‘ratchet’…

It’s ok for me to be awkward and love stupid, ignorant rap music. A lot of my friends are like that. It’s ok to project one thing and be or feel something entirely different. That’s what I do with Awkward Black Girl  and Ratchetpiece Theater.

On why she loves Beyoncé’s 3-D personality and her song, ‘Bow Down Bitches’…

I loved Bow Down Bitches.  For one, I feel like that’s Beyoncé’s personality. Too often, especially as Black women, we have to be one thing and she has to be this, what? Pop R&B diva and maintain this certain image. But as soon as she did Bow Down Bitches, everyone was like, “Oh no, you can’t do that. This is who you are!” And I hate being held in a box. Nobody is one thing, ever. That’s why I appreciated that song because she was like, “Fuck it! I’m gonna talk about my haters and tell them to ‘Bow Down.” What I appreciate the most about Beyoncé now is that she has a 3-D personality and she has a well-rounded projection of herself. She’s has an entire threshold of music where she didn’t  say “Bow Down Bitches.” Get over it!

On the fusing of television and the internet…

I think television is trying to figure the internet out. And TV is worried. The film industry is also worried because people are so impatient  now. People don’t want to leave their houses and pay $15 to see a film when they can stream it online or watch something that is free and available online. I think models like Amazon and Netflix have the right idea where they are taking the data they already have of the people and their preferences. Netflix was like, our consumers love Kevin Spacey and political thrillers and we’re going to make a show out of it. That’s revolutionary because you’re catering to a specific audience and you’re guaranteed to win.

Exhale  airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. EST on ASPiRE

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Bob Johnson, Tracey Edmonds to develop faith-friendly YouTube channel

Posted by | Cyrena Rose

Last week, Robert L. Johnson, founder and chairman of The RLJ Companies, announced an agreement with YouTube to develop a new faith-friendly channel.

ALRIGHT TV is a faith-friendly channel designed to appeal to the aspirational and inspirational goals of consumers of all ages with an emphasis on content that informs, entertains, and addresses personal and family-related issues in a secular and positive manner.

“I am very excited about the opportunity to be in a business relationship with YouTube.  YouTube’s commitment to providing a broad array of diversified producer-generated content on YouTube will present an exciting opportunity for consumers and advertiser sponsorship,” said Johnson.

Johnson announced earlier this year the acquisition of Image Entertainment, Inc. and Acorn Media Group, Inc. to form RLJ Entertainment, Inc., making it one of the largest global independent distributors of digital and video content.

ALRIGHT TV will offer first rate buzz-worthy content in the areas of comedy, reality, self-help, music, and talk that promises to empower and entertain family audiences of all ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds. Bob and I are very excited to move forward with our vision and commitment to provide quality entertainment into the digital arena,” said Tracey E. Edmonds, President and COO of Our Stories Films. “I am delighted to work with Bob and YouTube in this innovative relationship,” she concluded.

“We are excited about developing a faith-friendly content channel with The RLJ Companies. The RLJ Companies and Our Stories Films (OSF) possess a proven track record in creating quality content and we look forward to working with RLJ and Our Stories Films in this new venture,” said Malik Ducard, Director of Entertainment Content Partnerships at YouTube.

What are your thoughts?