Media

Media affects our everyday life in many various ways such as commercials we watch on television and adverts we see online on our favorite websites. The media keeps us updated and aware and has proved useful in many ways; however the media can also be harmful to us. Certain media can pressure us into thinking and doing many things that can have negative effects on our lives. Booking a public speaker or lecturer with a background in media or a captivating story about the effects of media for your next corporate event is a great way to inform event-goers. At Great Black Speakers we would like to raise media awareness and provide valuable information and inspiring stories about the effects of media through our incredibly popular African-American public speakers.

Award-winning Journalist and National Television Personality Click here to view

T.J. Holmes
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Emmy Award-winning Newsmaker, Producer, Writer, Broadcaster, and Host of BET Tonight. Click here to view

Ed Gordon
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Actor, TV Host, Emcee and Youth Mentor Click here to view

Terrence Jenkins
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Political Commentator and Chair of the Voting Rights Institute Click here to view

Donna Brazile
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

2011 Global Teen Leader, actor, author and education activist impacting youth one story and one community at a time. Click here to view

Jordan Coleman
$5000 - $10000(Speaker fee)

Founder of the Iconic Brand “For Us By Us” (FUBU) & Co-Star of the Hit Show, Shark Tank Click here to view

Daymond John
$60000 - $200000(Speaker fee)

CNN Analyst Click here to view

Roland Martin
$20000 - $40000(Speaker fee)

Former Chief Presiding Judge of the Fulton County Georgia Juvenile Court and star of The Judge Hatchett Show. Click here to view

Glenda Hatchett
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)

Sought after Media Veteran, Social Entrepreneur, Philanthropist and Spelman Alumnus who lives her life for others. Click here to view

Tai Beauchamp
$10000 - $20000(Speaker fee)
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