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YouTube, Twitter, and Pinterest have dramatically changed all of our lives. We now live in a world filled with more opportunities to both retrieve and create information. When it particularly comes to the entertainment business, new and social media have played a critical role in the advancement of new ideas, faces, and stories. Over the past couple of decades, the Internet has spawned a long list of Web entrepreneurs make up a vanguard of leaders you should pay close attention to. Here are superior examples of why the entertainment business should be online — and on the lookout — now.
Episode 2 of Idris Elba’s Milk + Honey web series is finally here. In episode 2, Nia and Will (Lance Gross) reminisce about the good old times after reuniting, and Harper faces rejection at work despite attempts to stay on top.
Let us know what you think of the next chapter. If you missed episode 1, watch it here.
Brande Victorian is a blogger and culture writer in New York City. Follower her on Twitter at @be_vic.
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(Black Enterprise) — The death (on CW) and resurrection (on BET) of comedy series The Game was a television history maker. The entire ordeal—including fans’ outrage over the cancellation, and their ceaseless support in the show’s return—caused many to question the current state and fate of Black television. The saga also sparked friends Dana Gills, Asha Kamali May and Jeanette McDuffie to co-found thier own of production company, Brown Paper Dolls, a mulit-media company that aims to produce content for underserved niche audiences. Their top priority? To look for innovative ways to market milk + honey, an online web series executive produced by actor Idris Elba. The series, which stars Debbie Allen, Lance Gross (House of Payne), Bryce Wilson (Beauty Shop) and Elba, follows four women “who are on spiritual, professional and romantic journeys to make their dreams a reality.” BlackEnterprise.com caught up with Dana Gills, one of the the three producers, and talked to her about the evolution of milk + honey, the vision of Brown Paper Dolls, and how the trio plans to execute that vision and get out their dreams.