Archive | December 2011

Welcome to WCNTV PodCasts Featuring Today’s Transmedia Woman with Hermene Hartman @HermeneNdigo

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Check out https://www.wcntv.tv!…   Effective January 1st. 2012 WCNTV will be streaming PODCASTS From Today’s Transmedia Woman N’DIGO’S Publisher Hermene Hartman. Each day catch her VIEWS FROM THE HEART ON V103 CHICAGO 9:15 M-F We are excited to bring the Commentary and Insights from Ms. Hartman who has been a pivotal leader in American History. Many know Hermene Hartman for her work as Publisher of N’DIGO Magazine a weekly publication that has featured many if not all the major African American Leaders that have shaped this nation.   A Writer, Publisher and TV Producer Ms. Hartman will be leading the world in curating and monetizing Blogs using Transmedia Brandcasting Technologies to create multiple income stream for Bloggers and Readers alike. Stay tuned and come back often to get your daily dose of wisdom from a Media Pioneer and now TODAY’S TRANSMEDIA WOMAN.
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Jacqueline Taylor-Adams Marketing Strategist and Consultant: TaylorAdams Marketing & MgMt/BBS Value Tour/Master Griot Publishing

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@Transmediawoman Reporting on the Urban Tech Fair we learned about from Jacqueline Taylor-Adams.  There is a great opportunity to host a 3-4 Day showcase.  Check out the websites at Ms. Taylor-Adams Linkedin Page.   Driven by a desire to help build functional healthy communities and a passion for the arts, I work on purpose as a marketing strategist empowering solopreneurs, small businesses, art organizations, and non-profits to maximize and align their existing resources with a strategic plan. For larger corporations I work as a liaison between innovative grassroots organizations, causes, and artists who have an intimate loyal relationship with their constituents or fan base to ensure the best outcomes for all parties involved by providing a strategic integrated marketing and PR plan and ensuring effective full implementation corporation’s sponsorship offering.   Currently, seeking small business and corporate sponsorship for IMPACC. IMPACC is the Black Business Space Value Tour’s [BBSVT] first formal collaboration. IMPACC is an artist and media development product that affordably and strategically provides a more measurable impact for of the music and spoken word of independent recording artists via BBSVT’s Live Fandom Media Network, PR, and fan-focused marketing. BBSVT is looking for sponsors for IMPACC’s quarterly print report in Rolling Out national newspaper (18 US Markets) and Trendsetters to Trendsetters print and video Magazine (Ohio, Atlanta, Texas). Call 215.774.1237 or email dobusiness@TaylorAdams4Me.com to request detailed information.   Specialties Marketing consultation, brand/image development, visual and performance art marketing, non-profit management and marketing, idea generation, purchasing, telecommunication services, and administrative systems development.   READ MORE: http://www.linkedin.com/in/tayloradams
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Seven Principles of Kwanzaa: DAY TWO: Kujichagulia #KWANZAA

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The Kwanzaa principle of Kujichagulia focuses on self-identity and self-determination. Learn about the principles of Kwanzaa in this free holiday celebration video from an authority on Kwanzaa…   Hi, I’m Masequa Myers and we will talk about the second day of Kwanzaa and the second principle of Kwanzaa. Kujichagulia, self-determination. And each time we say a principle and light a principle, all those who are in attendance say it back. So I would say, “kujichagulia.” You would say, “kujichagulia.” I would say the English definition, “self-determination.” And you would say, “self-determination” back to me. The definition of kujichagulia is to define ourselves, speak for ourselves and create for ourselves and name ourselves, instead of being spoken for by others. Kujichagulia. And in our next clip, we will talk about the third day of Kwanzaa and the third principle of Kwanzaa.   KwanzaaTikeDefinition of OfDefinitionThe Principles of KwanzaaKwanzaa Candle Holder   Related Articles & Videos Seven Principles of Kwanzaa: Imani Seven Principles of Kwanzaa: Kuumba Seven Principles of Kwanzaa: Nia Seven Principles of Kwanzaa: Ujamaa Seven Principles of Kwanzaa: Umoja   Read more: Video: Seven Principles of Kwanzaa: Kujichagulia | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/video_2370480_seven-principles-kwanzaa-kujichagulia.html#ixzz1hhdwmvTm
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A POEM OF UNITY – KWANZAA DAY ONE – UNITE MY BROTHER & SISTERS BY Sonia Dixon, The Angel of Peace.

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UNITE MY BROTHERS AND SISTERS Here we are on distant shores Searching for love ones lost Knowing their pain and suffering Was an ocean of love lost. Cant you see the sun is shining Bringing energies of love all Come my people unite together Wake up stand up be the love for all The bells are ringing it is time To answer the call of one Get together my brothers and sisters It’s time you must unite as one Unite Unite it’s time it’s time You must unite as one Hold together brothers and sisters It’s time to unite as one. by Sonia Dixon   KWANZAA DAY ONE- UNITY
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