Cynopsis Announces Free Webinar, “Black Owned Media Matters”

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On August 27, learn the ways toward inclusivity and how to build long term partnerships

“Black owned media is not supported by many companies and that is the very definition of systemic racism. Let’s use this opportunity to work together and achieve a positive change,” says Byron Allen, Chairman & CEO, ALLEN MEDIA GROUP.

Cynopsis, together with Entertainment Studios’ Byron Allen and TheGrio’s Natasha Alford, are presenting a conversation on how to create a better marketplace for all players in the media space, in order to grow a larger, healthier business community. On Thursday, August 27 from 1-2pm, we’ll host the webinar, “Black Owned Media Matters: The Ways You Can Include Us And Build Long Term Partnerships.”

“Black owned media is not supported by many companies and that is the very definition of systemic racism. Let’s use this opportunity to work together and achieve a positive change,” says Byron Allen, Chairman & CEO, ALLEN MEDIA GROUP.

The one-hour, virtual event will allow for real time Q&As to ensure specific questions are answered. In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to find out what percent of media investment goes to diversity-owned businesses
  • What agencies can do now (and in the future) to support these efforts
  • The benefits of reaching the Black audience and a diverse society

Register today for Cynopsis’ latest and free-to-attend webinar. All attendees will receive full access to speaker presentations for 1 year. Questions? Contact syeomans@accessintel.com.

About Cynopsis:
Cynopsis is what the TV industry reads first every day. The Cynopsis family of products includes the media industry's most-read daily, Cynopsis, plus sister daily Cynopsis Sports; weekly Esports, Media Tech, the Cynopsis Jobs board and special reports. Serving TV, agency and brand professionals, Cynopsis Media produces conferences, webinars, and awards programs that are second to none. Find out more at http://www.cynopsis.com.

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