Entertainment and Culture

November 21, 2011
Hosted by Kerry Douglas

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Does Entertainment & Art influence culture? Kerry Douglas & Brandy B sit down with Terrance Levi to discuss the influence that Entertainment & Art has on culture.

The Mr. Kerry Douglas and Brandy “B” Show

The Mr. Kerry Douglas and Brandy “B” Show

Archives Available on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel

Kerry Douglas has been the face of the faith based promotions initiative for nearly a quarter of a century and Kerry believes that the vision and journey should be shared with the consumer and the fans. The show will feature an exclusive and inside look into the life of a Christian artist, industry mogul, marketing guru and chart topping writer and how and why the faith based industry is changing. As Dean of The New Deal Entertainment University, Kerry has garnered the keys to success and is determined to use each platform to engage and inform the faith based community.

Joining Kerry on this journey is his longtime friend and VoiceAmerica Network Director Brandy Jackson (also known as “B” by those that know her well). Together they will provide an enlightening and entertaining show to the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.

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Kerry Douglas

Kerry Douglas

“A great leader’s courage to fulfill his vision comes from passion, not position.” - John C. Maxwell

Like King David, Kerry Fitzgerald Douglas, Sr., marketing mogul, is a man after God’s own heart! His passion for proclaiming the good news through Gospel music became his muse for pushing beyond his humble beginnings.

It’s been nearly 15 years since Kerry Douglas, CEO, President and Founder of Blacksmoke Music Worldwide, Inc. resigned from his good paying day job. He left it all to build a multi-million dollar business.

By faith, with no money in his pocket and taking a job that paid him less money in one month than he previously made in one day, he started Worldwide Gospel Music (WWG). Douglas quickly proved he had a knack and talent for promoting Gospel music. WWG and its musically diversified artist became household names in less than 2 years. The careers of Rev. E. Stewart and the Stewart Singers, Damascus, Darrell McFadden, Revive and a young quartet singer out of Brooklyn, New York named Keith “Wonderboy” Johnson were launched and WWG was ranked #10 in Gospel music sales by Billboard Magazine.

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