Souleo: How One Organization Is Giving Black Content Creators A Boost

Yaya DaCosta host of Season 7 of AfroPoP-The Ultimate Cultural Exchange_credit Allison Evans

By Souleo

If African-Americans engage with more media content than any other group, then why aren’t they equally represented behind the scenes as content creators? It is a complicated question fraught with issues of access, economics, and of course, race. Continue Reading →

‘Evoking the Mulatto’ Web Series Presented By Harlem Based NBPC

evoking the mulattoNational Black Programming Consortium (NBPC), the Harlem-based media arts organization, is presenting a Web series examining Black mixed identity in the 21st century through the lens of the history of racial classification in the United States. Continue Reading →

First HW Talk Film Event Launches Successfully

Panel TalkingBy Hadasah Ingrid

Harlem World Magazine has officially launched its first ever “HW Talk Series” just recently on June 17th at the Raw Space in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

HW Talk: The State Of Indie Filmmakers Of Color In Harlem (update)

hw talk at raw space-04ImageNation Foundation, Reel Sisters and Harlem World Magazine have partnered to create the Harlem World Magazine  HW Talk Series regarding the State of Indie Filmmakers of Color. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s National Black Programming Consortium Wins NEA Grant

downloadThrough its grant-making to thousands of nonprofits each year, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) promotes opportunities for people in communities across America to experience the arts and exercise their creativity. Continue Reading →

NBPC Launches TV/WEB Series Incubator In Harlem

black fiming makersBy Hadasah IngridAn exciting new initiative is launching this month designed to identify innovative storytellers anticipated to break ground in development for TV and web-series pilots.This inaugural venture is the brainchild of Leslie Fields-Cruz, the new Executive Director of the National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC). Continue Reading →

‘Pitch Black’ Focus On Black Scripted Series To Black TV and Web series

black fiming makersWith television networks having recently grasped that the most loyal viewers—Blacks—want to see themselves on scripted series, the nation’s primary presenter of Black historical and contemporary stories on public television is making the case that these audiences  are also clamoring for more diverse nonfiction TV and Web content. Continue Reading →