Moguldom Media Group has recently launched a new web property. 24Wired.TV, Moguldom’s latest venture, delves into the world of digital video. Seeing that many people are interacting with increasing amounts of content on the web in regards to video, the company plans to stay ahead of the curve with the new site.
While 24Wired will feature licensed content from yet unnamed media sources, the ultimate goal is to produce original content targeting African Americans which is why Moguldom has also created Moguldom Studios. According to De’Juan Galloway, Assistant Director of Moduldom Studios, the newly created team will be charged with providing content for six categories that will correspond with the company’s existing properties including business, music, entertainment, and women’s lifestyle. As the push for original content begins, don’t be surprised to see some of your favorite Moguldom personalities making video cameos.
“Some people from the sites are definitely going to be taking on lead roles as producers and project managers on original content,” says Galloway.
Moguldom Studios already has some content in the works including How I Made It, She’s The Boss, an untitled dating series and a weekly program that’s scheduled to launch on Bossip.com. How I Made It is a business program with a focus on entrepreneurs. “We’re trying to give an in depth look at these entrepreneurs, business and thought leaders that’s going to give them a platform to tell their story.” She’s The Boss, is being billed as a spin-off of How I Made It featuring African-American women entrepreneurs while the Bossip weekly show will run in a week in review format recapping viewers on the latest in entertainment news. To tap into Bossip’s rabid fanbase, the weekly show will have a high level of interactivity allowing viewers to comment on the show and call in via Skype. Galloway will be taking the reins of the dating show as the producer. Similar to the Bossip program, the show will have a weekly run and will be featured on 24Wired.
Moguldom is in the process of staging a three-pronged attack. In addition to written and video content, social media and mobile will play a great part in the company’s digital strategy going forward. ”African-American audiences,” says Galloway, “need something more substantial than the average sit down interview format that we might see now. Having the interactivity exist so we know we’re on the right path with what we’re producing.” As of launch, 24Wired viewers won’t have the ability to upload their own video content, but there may be opportunities in the future for enterprising videographers and cinematographers to enter into a partnership with Moguldom Studio where the company will upload their content for them yielding shared revenue for both parties.
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