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Byron Allen Is A Boss!

Weather Channel Owner: “I Don’t Want To Play In The Negro Leagues!”

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Byron Allen, the CEO and founder of Entertainment Studios, made a power play with his acquisition of The Weather Channel from an ownership group of The Blackstone Group, Bain Capital and Comcast / NBCUniversal.

During the Black Enterprise Entrepreneur Summit in Charlotte, North Carolina yesterday, Allen boldly let it be known that he is chasing history and Mansa Musa (richest man in history) numbers with his “I don’t want to play in the Negro leagues, I want to play in the global leagues” statement.

He also broke down how Coretta Scott King pushed him to focus on economic empowerment, picking up the mantle left behind with Martin Luther King was assassinated.

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The Weather Channel, which debuted in 1982, is one of the largest cable television networks not owned by a major conglomerate, and ranks No. 1 among the weather news providers, according to a news release from the Entertainment Studios.

 

Jameson Bennett is a Technologist, SiriusXM Producer & Cofounder for CEWEBITY & Party of Lincoln. Download the CEWEBITY app on iOS. Get Party Of Lincoln Flash Briefing on Amazon Alexa

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Jameson Bennett

Written by Jameson Bennett

A technologist, digital consultant and speaker. Jameson is cofounder of My THC Guide (CannaTech), CEWEBITY.com (Fintech) & Party of Lincoln App (Civic Tech). He creates digital platforms and produces radio for SiriusXM Urban View ch. 126. Born & raised in west end Louisville, Kentucky, Jameson has developed a versatile skill set that consists of eight years of professional experience in radio (Karen Hunter Show, Jamie Foxx), three years in television production (BET Networks) and two years in app development. Jameson completed his undergraduate degree at University of Louisville in 2009 & obtained his masters in Mass Communications from Morehead State University in 2010.

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