*(LOS ANGELES, CA) – As concerns continue to rise regarding the lack of diversity in Hollywood, TV In Colour (TVIC) launches today as the “go-to” curators of TV content pertaining to people of color. TVInColour.com is excited to feature exclusive conversations with some of Hollywood’s top-tier multicultural talent working in the network, cable and independent television industries.
For its first interview, TVIC sits down with ABC Scandal writer Raamla Mohamed. This University of Southern California (USC) alumna, shares insight on her journey to becoming a writer for one of today’s highest-rated shows on television.
“When I noticed more network TV shows beginning to diversify their casts, I wanted to find a way to help highlight and support it” says TV In Colour creator and executive producer, Wendy Rose Berry. “From Black writers, to Hispanic directors and Asian producers, TV In Colour’s mission is to produce a national platform that showcases the multitude of talent – in front of and behind the camera – that may normally fall under the radar.”
As minorities continue to become one of the largest audiences of television and online consumer segments, TVInColour.com will also feature news about upcoming pilots, TV ratings, casting updates, and a wide variety of topics and discussions around multicultural entertainment.
“TV In Colour is truly a passion project,” continues Berry, “and what better way to begin than with our two part one-on-one conversation with Raamla Mohamed, leading up to Scandal’s winter premiere this Thursday, Jan. 29th at 9 p.m. on ABC!
TV In Colour positions itself to be the “go-to” destination to find current, relevant, and engaging content, exclusively pertaining to multicultural talent working in the TV space.
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Wendy Rose Berry