Trevor Phillips Joins AfroLife.TV Board

Through his own production company, Trevor produced the documentary series “Windrush” which aired on the BBC and won him a Royal Television Society Award for Documentary Series of the Year. He also co-authored the corresponding Harper Collins book. He wrote and presented the much talked about programmes “Things We Won’t Say About Race (That Are True)” and “Has Political Correctness Gone Mad?”. Additionally, he has won three RTS Journalism Awards and regularly writes for some of the UK’s biggest selling newspapers.

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AfroLife.TV Acquiring BlackTree TV

“Jamaal has done something that no one else in the country has been able to execute and he’s been doing it for over ten years. BlackTreeTV is a true voice in the black Hollywood community. It is also a very natural fit within AfroLife.TV. Our goals are very much aligned and we are happy to have them in our family”, says Alberto Marzan, Founder and CEO of AfroLife.TV.

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Antwone Fisher Joins AfroLife.TV Board

“When Alberto came to me with the opportunity to help AfroLife.TV develop into a sustainable company to allow us to control our content and narrative, this was a no-brainer for me. I’ve always felt the need to mentor and help navigate a company by and for our community. This is important work and the world needs AfroLife”, says Antwone Fisher.

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AfroLife.TV Inks Content Deals

“I am so extremely proud that our streaming service is taking the lead on showcasing content that speaks to our eclectic audience. Part of our corporate mission is to bridge and connect the African diaspora around content that is entertaining and relatable to us and the Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela creatively does just that,” says Alberto Marzan, Founder and CEO of AfroLife.TV.

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AfroLife.TV names Chief Content Officer

He created his own production company with the aim of fostering and developing highly informative and entertaining reality-based programming at a manageable price. “We are building a global corporation and in doing so, we need to attract only the very best leaders, David’s approach is unique and refreshing, he understands the impact our company is poised for and his body of work in our industry is a real advantage”. Says Alberto Marzan Founder and CEO of AfroLife.TV.

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Marzan’s latest transformative venture, AfroLife.TV

Marzan founded and led a few media and marketing agencies in Minneapolis-St. Paul, partnering with giants with multicultural desires such as Disney, General Mills, and Honeywell. His tenacity and knack for bringing people together landed him the opportunity to become CEO of the International Children’s Heart Foundation, which not only led him back to the Dominican Republic, but also to directing an initiative to bring life-saving pediatric cardiology centers and physician training to the country.

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AfroLife.TV Partners with Sweet Blackberry

“It was important to me that these stories be told and showcased in ways never seen before,” says Parsons. “The partnership with AfroLife.TV is a unique opportunity for us to entertain and educate children on a wider spectrum and in creative ways. Our innovative style and our approach is attractive to audiences of all ages.”

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AfroLife.TV @ ABFF 2018

LOS ANGELES (May 16, 2018) – AfroLife.TV will be making their American Black Film Festival debut with an exclusive screening, a discussion with the series lead, Darrell Lake from The Incredible Life of Darrell and Alberto Marzan, Founder and CEO of AfroLife.TV. The Incredible Life of Darrell is a series to show exclusively on AfroLife.TV in 2018.

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AfroLife.TV Inks Content Deals

“I am so extremely proud that our streaming service is taking the lead on showcasing content that speaks to our eclectic audience. Part of our corporate mission is to bridge and connect the African diaspora around content that is entertaining and relatable to us and the Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela creatively does just that,” says Alberto Marzan, Founder and CEO of AfroLife.TV.

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Monique Woodard Joins AfroLife Board

It’s incredible that the AfroLife dream from three years ago has attracted someone with the pedigree that Monique has. If you’ve ever met Monique, you immediately understand how powerful her drive and focus on serving our community is. 

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Black Enterprise Partners with AfroLife

AfroLife.TV, a wholly owned subsidiary of Press Media Group, announced today that is has been selected as the production and live stream partner for the BLACK ENTERPRISE TechConneXt Conference in San Francisco’s Silicon Valley. The four-day conference is the only one of its kind where BLACK ENTERPRISE brings in the top students from HBCUs to compete in a two-day hackathon. The students are introduced to the technology world from the ground up in Silicon Valley while they tour campuses of Salesforce, Google, and other trailblazing companies.

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Microsoft Chairman, John Thompson and AfroLife CEO, Alberto Marzan

Take a look at the behind the scenes short interview with Microsoft Chairman, John Thompson and Founder and CEO of AfroLife.TV, Alberto Marzan at the BLACK ENTERPRISE Technology Summit.

BLACK ENTERPRISE’s TechConneXt event in Silicon Valley included a two day world-class speaking engagement with speakers such as John Thompson, the Chairman of Microsoft. “The world needs AfroLife.TV now more than ever,” said Mr. Thompson.

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Letter from our CEO, ALBERTO MARZAN

“With the recent success of some properties in the OTT space, the Disney-Fox merger and Netflix spending seven billion dollars on content, the race is on to develop sustainable strategies that will incentivize users to subscribe to OTT platforms,” said Alberto Marzan.

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AfroLife to Distribute Google's GODCOMPLX

AfroLife will offer a media destination for consumers of color blending classic, popular, emerging, and independent content in early 2018. With the recent success of television shows and movies featuring women of color in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) like Hidden Figures, market research showing the strong surge in multicultural consumption of streaming content, and the lack of content options specific to this population, AfroLife will include a premium experience projected to attract strong consumer adoption.

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