(BPRW) HELP BOP TV BUY THEIR BUILDING!
–BOP TV needs your help in continuing to create spaces across the country to train and develop Media, Arts & Technology Creatives! —
(Black PR Wire) ATLANTA –BOP TV is on a mission to create spaces in Black communities across the country that would train and develop Media, Arts & Technology creatives. Within this mission, is the power to air creatives’ work on BOP TV so they may generate revenue and drive entrepreneurship in one of the new areas of media technology. To gain this new space, we need your help. Therefore, we have officially kicked-off an Indiegogo Crowdfunding Campaign: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/help-bop-tv-buy-their-building#/
BOP TV seeks a new home to accommodate our growth and productions to also address important issues through fresh content. The home is a building that will permanently provide a great facility to support our team, Media, Arts & Technology Training and productions. This building has been provided within an agreement by a School District and is currently under contract by BOP TV. Having this new building through our Indiegogo Campaign, will help us to continue fulfill the dreams of aspiring actors, producers, writers, crew and production members.
“We need your help on the down payment of this building to help us grow and fulfill all the dreams, aspirations and goals that we have to expand the network in a permanent facility”, said B. Scott Thompson, VP of Production/Supervision.
Scott has been a part of the BOP TV family for several years along with many other team members. Scott and our CEO, Michael Campbell, will have lots of new stories to share with their community and team, once they begin work within BOP TV’s new building. Therefore, when you click on the campaign link (herein), you will not only be able to help us buy our new building, but experience a variety of amazing perks for your contribution, including 50 commercial spots to promote your business on BOP TV! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/help-bop-tv-buy-their-building#/
About BOP TV
Black on Purpose Television Network (BOP TV) is the largest African-American owned television network in the world streaming content to millions. With 32 plus channels and thousands of shows, BOP TV is the place to watch positive images of people of People of Color, free of negative stereotypes. We give content creators and those with ideas a real opportunity for exposure, brand growth and revenue building.We also give businesses an opportunity to advertise directly to People of Color, keeping our dollars circulating within our community.
WHAT WE DO
BOP TV re-purposes old school buildings in Black communities and turn them into production studios and training centers for Media, Arts &Technology. This creates jobs, business incubation, training and the preservation of historically Black communities through affordable real estate development. BOP TV believes that profit comes as a reward for the good works we do for people and communities. Visit: www.BOPTV.com
About The CEO
Michael Campbell is the President and CEO of Black on Purpose Television (BOP TV) Network. Michael has vehemently positioned BOP TV as a leader within African-American owned streaming television and continues to set the bar with the BOP TV ROKU app. In addition to his current position as CEO of BOP TV, Mr. Campbell also serves as a voting member of the recording academy (The Grammy’s) and CEO of a record label with state-of-the-art recording studio.Mr. Campbell was the only African-American member of the first streaming media consortium group in 1994. This group of technology professionals was one of many that helped pave the way for today’s streaming technology. Mr. Campbell’s knowledge spans from streaming media, music production, audio engineering, composition, content creation, film, television and other areas of entertainment that has earned him numerous awards. Moreover, Mr. Campbell is looking to form partnerships with companies interested in establishing or growing their brand. ■
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