In this age of information, we can share the noise we call language and transmit our thoughts across waves of air at the speed of light. Join us in honoring those good Black men who use the mass media to continue a legacy of excellence.
If it's happening at Baltimore's City Hall, television Anchor and Reporter, Terry Owens is on top of it. Terry uses his 18 years of broadcast experience to sift through the red tape.
The popular (Morgan State University) two-way talk radio program "Conversation with the African American Male" is co-hosted by Richard Rowe. Richard has also received national recognition for his work with young Black males.
The Baltimore Business Journal named radio and television talk-show host and attorney, Craig Thompson as one of 40 emerging leaders under the age of 40 in the state of Maryland.
The life motto for television director/producer Donte Wilson is simple, "Never allow yourself to stop learning. Once you stop learning you start limiting what you can become."
As a newspaper journalist, a radio show host and an aspiring filmmaker Sean Yoes represents a media triple threat and a major threat to all negative sterotypes of Black men.