Thursday, May 17, 2012
Gospel Today's Roland Hairston Joins Brotha Magazine's Advisory Board
"Roland is someone that I have a great deal of respect for," says Charles Clark, President of Nebo Publishing and Editor-In-Chief of Brotha Magazine. "To have his support in moving Brotha Magazine to the next level is something that I appreciate. It is a real honor and blessing."
In a recent interview with Brotha Magazine Hairston said that he saw Gospel Today as "a vehicle...to continue to share what is going on in the kingdom and to disciple and create the next generation of kingdom movers,shakers." Clark believes that he will bring that same mission to Brotha Magazine as a member of the board.
Of the appointment, Hairston remarked, "The mission of Brotha Magazine is something that is near and dear to me. Men need environments where they can be honest and transparent in learning from one another and growing. I look forward to partnering with Charles Clark and the Brotha Magazine team to help serve men and equip them to lead Godly lives."
The Brotha Magazine Advisory Board is comprised of a select group of women and men who show their support for the publication and give back to the African-American Christian male community helping provide leadership, motivation and inspiration. Members of the Brotha Magazine Advisory Board are called upon to offer advice in their areas of expertise to the publication's staff on how to best tailor the publication to meet the needs of the African-American Christian male community.
It is believed that the board will be able to operate with Brotha Magazine's mission statement in mind, staying committed to targeting the African American male committed to a Christian lifestyle.
For more information, contact Charles Clark at email@example.com or call 1-716-239-4370 ext.101.
About Cyrus Webb
Cyrus Webb, is the President of Conversations Media Group (home of Conversations LIVE Radio, Conversations Magazine and Conversations Book Club) and Shadow Play Entertainment. Since 1999 he has used his love of the arts and books to create a brand that has not only showcased his own work but that of others around the United States. To date he has hosted hundreds of art shows and poetry readings around the South, garnering thousands of attendees and a devoted following.
In 2003 he began host and producing the radio show Conversations LIVE (www.conversationsliveradio.com) on WMPR 90.1 FM in Jackson, MS. Today it is heard not only in the South but online through www.blogtalkradio.com and www.dcnowradio.com. In 2012 over 1.1 million listeners tuned in to the program which features authors, recording artists, community leaders and ordinary individuals during extraordinary things.
Because of the hundreds of interviews he conducts each year Webb began Conversations Magazine (www.conversationsmag.com) in April 2006 as another platform to showcase some of the stories he was sharing over the air. Since then the print magazine has grown to include over 5k yearly subscribers the United States, New Zealand, Australia, United Kingdom, South Africa, Greece and Canada.
The last member of the Conversations family was the book club (www.conversationsbookclub.com) which began in November 2006. Featuring both in-person and online meetings, it has grown into one of the largest co-ed reading groups in the United States, hosting over 100 author events and gaining national attention from outlets such as the Chicago Tribune.
Webb is currently working on a revamped edition of his television show Conversations with Cyrus Webb, with plans to begin in the Summer of 2013.