When We Talk About Creating Business Models For Ourselves….

I just want to piggyback off a recent post by Khadija over at Muslim Bushido,  African-American Slave Consumers’ Addiction to “Business As Usual” Vs. Escape Velocity.

Speaking only for myself, I make very conscious choices for what I media I consume and whom I give support to. I’ve put my neck on the line publicly in promoting black women free agency and addressing gross imbalances. I don’t have to agree with every aspect of a characterization of a tv show if I see significant areas where there’s sustainable growth (and a shift in the plot). I will say that blind consumption of anything and everything with minimal initiative in creating an industry of one’s own is a problem. To that end, I’m continually working at generating new resources and hope to connect with like-minded people, building alliances.

Nothing is stagnant and there’s always room to create opportunities.

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If You’re Bored With Network & Cable TV Why Not Try A Few Web-Series

While there are many great television shows, the golden-age of tv has arguably passed. With people leading busier lives and changes in viewership the days of a network show with 80 million viewers has long passed.

Network, basic cable and subscription services may provide more options than ever, but the choices may be limited in scope and appeal to many. Studies indicate viewers also don’t want to tied exclusively to one viewing schedule or means of watching, but revenue is generated by advertising commercials..

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