Tag Archive | Women

Today’s Transmedia Woman Celebrates the Accomplishments of Rosemary M. Jones, Director, Supplier Diversity Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.

Today’s Transmedia Women was created to honor Women in Media and its with pleasure that we support this upcoming event in Atlanta to support the “Women of Vision Breakfast” where Rosemary M. Jones a leader in Supplier Diversity for Turner will be recognized as one of Atlanta’s Top 100 Black Women of Influence for 2011.

WCNTV would like to add to the choir of well wishers for Atlanta’s Top Black Women of Influence with heartfelt appreciation for the doors that Ms. Jones has opened for years in the Entertainment Industry and those of us who aspire to serve this great industry with innovation and excellence.

On behalf of the WCNTV Family, International Goodwill Ambassador Oscar J. Webb Vice Chairman of WCNTV we are so proud of all of your accomplishments and thank you for your kindness in allowing WCNTV the opportunity to pitch TV Everywhere Strategies allowing viewers to instantly purchasing anything seen on screen.   Jay O’Conner Chairman & CEO

WELCOME TO TODAY’S TRANSMEDIA WOMEN’S BLOG

This Blog is dedicated to my Daughters whom I love with all my heart.  As we venture to make a difference in Media its clear there is a system of marginalizing Women’s Role in Today’s Media.

Transmedia StoryTelling provides a unique opportunity for a Hyper Cool, Hyper Transparent look at the issues that were introduced by Miss Represented on the Oprah Winfrey Network.

As a Dad and a media executive I felt it important to create a place to get the information and facts I need to make sure that World Colours Network Television gains and maintains its core audience.

Equal Pay for Equal Performance, only make sense and opening the doors to a higher level of thinking and more important communication to exchange dialog, ideas and yes even criticism should we get off tract.

So I dedicate this Blog to All Women and especially those women in my life that have helped me along the way.

We can and will do it better seeking your voice along the way.  Please make this your blog and post comments articles and if you would like to be a regular Citizen Journalist we hope as this matures you will consider telling your story here on this blog.