Inspired by Tyler Perry, Kids now want to own their own Film and Broadcasting Studios!

5th graders from Chapel Hill Elementary School accompanied by filmmaker/radio personality Tim Greene on the bottom left; Marsha “Radiolady” Washington George,the bottom right, representing the National Black Radio Hall of Fame; and in the rear stands Stephen C. Willis – Retired AT&T Technician. (Photo by Kenadae Turner) Tons of toys and over 100 bicycles were gifted to kids during the Winter Wonderland Christmas program put on by The Howey, Hudson, Lowe Foundation in Atlanta. Also on hand for the 5th year in a row was radio personality and film writer/producer and director Tim Greene (front left – WWW.TIMGREENEFILMS.COM ) and National Black Radio Hall Of Fame/Atlanta Chapter President Marsha “Radio Lady” George (front right) to help motivate the future broadcasting and filmmaking stars of tomorrow by introducing them to podcasting and short subject filmmaking.

Best Xanax Online “These kids are amazing, and thanks to Tyler Perry building one of the world’s largest film studios, over 80 percent of the kids now want to build and own their own broadcasting & filmmaking studio as well as create content for their generation. I let them know that the sky used to be the limit but now it is just the starting point of their super successful lives. The kids even knew how to synchronize the handheld Gimbal (camera stabilizer) to their cell phones within seconds. Years ago, on my 15 city tours kids wanted to be rappers, now they want to own the record label and the building that label is housed in” say’s Greene.

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