When did Women's Business Report first air?
Women's Business Report first aired in March of 2015 as a special to commemorate Women's History Month.
Why did it become a television series?
We received a strong positive response to a television program that features women in a positive light. People's feedback told us that Women's Business Report was a much needed alternative to the negative and misogynistic images that often portray women in the media.
Is there a minimum revenue requirement to be featured on Women's Business Report?
Not at all! We base our features on women in business on their compelling stories. View some of our features to give you an idea.
How long are the featured segments?
The segments are between four and a half to five minutes in length.
Can I get a copy of the featured segment?
Yes! After the airing the featured business woman receives a HD video file of the segment. We grant non-exclusive royalty-free rights in perpetuity.
What is the background of the producers of Women's Business Report?
Women's Business Report was created and is executive produced by media veteran Alvin Jones. Alvin, formerly of WHUR's "Quiet Storm," has nearly 40 years in the media industry as a host and producer. He has provided content for msn.com, Black Entertainment Television, C-SPAN, the Cannes Film Festival, WKYS-FM, WJZW-FM, Radio One, SiriusXM, Executive Branch TV, and the U.S. Capitol.
I want to be featured! What's the next step?
Fantastic! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 202-347-1415. We will send you a questionnaire, that will help you formulate your message