Olu Gittens writes Atlanta Post article on black television writers

18 Jun

Ever since the days of Flip, Fred and Bill, African-Americans have been working hard behind the scenes to give us the television shows we love.

I got the chance to explore and share the topic of black television writers and writer-producers in an article for the Atlanta Post*. Writing “African-American Television Writers: Breaking Barriers & Creating History” was a great opportunity for me, as it allowed me to share information about people I admire.

The small screen, like the big one, is a place we go, not just for entertainment, but to connect with the images and ideas that matter to us.

Find out more about blacks making huge moves in TV today, with a bit of info about the ground breakers, too.

-O.G.

LINKS:
http://atlantapost.com/2011/06/17/african-american-television-writers-breaking-barriers-creating-history/

http://madamenoire.com/110136/african-american-television-writers-breaking-barriers-creating-history/

*The Atlanta Post is now Madame Noire, a division of Moguldom Media

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