Posted October 22, 2014 by Editorial Staff in Technology
 
 

[VIDEO] TechREGISTRY Bay Area: Oakland’s Technology Renaissance

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Oakland’s Technology Renaissance, produced by Jan Mabry (The Bronze Report) and sponsored by theREGISTRYBayArea.com (13:25). Host Jan Mabry with rapper/producer, turned tech entrepreneur MC Hammer, venture capitalist Erik Moore, Ashara Ekundayo at Impact Hub Oakland, and social media experts Kumi Rauf (I Love Being Black on Facebook) and Kevin L. Nichols (LinkedIn)

About The Bronze Report
The Bronze Report produces original video content for its weekly television show and will play a key role in the new micro-site (TechREGISTRYBayArea.com), led by a team of seasoned Northern California Emmy-Award winning television professionals, executive producer/host Jan Mabry and veteran news anchor/host Barbara Rodgers. “While the Bronze Report covers every aspect of the African-American community, segments on Blacks in technology are going to be a main staple of our show, and streamed for use on TechREGISTRYBayArea,” said Mabry.

The Bronze Report’s Special: Blacks in Technology debuted in Northern and Central California on Comcast Cable 104 in August, and is featured in the launch of TechREGISTRYBayArea.com. The show features Barbara Rodgers’ one-on-one interview with Reverend Jesse Jackson, Sr. during his trip earlier this year to Silicon Valley shareholder’s meetings to expose the lack of diversity. In another segment, host Jan Mabry explores the technology renaissance in Oakland, and asks, “will blacks be part of it, or left behind,” and also talks to Kumi Rauf, Oakland resident and founder of I Love Being Black, the world’s largest African American centric Facebook page with nearly 6.5 million followers..

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