LOS ANGELES — CBS Television and the NAACP have reached an agreement to come up with content that tells tales of the African American experience.
The tv studio and civil rights firm declared the Presidential agreement in a joint statement Wednesday. The venture will concentrate on producing and creating scripted, unscripted, and documentary articles to the studio air, cable, and loading programs.
CBS will operate together with the NAACP to make a group to acquire, create, and create programming into detail written reports.
“In this period of national awakening, the timing hasn’t been better to farther inform stories of their African American experience,” stated Derrick Johnson, the president and CEO of the NAACP, which stands for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
“A significant method to grow and diversify our storytelling would be to enlarge our horizons beyond the classic studio-producer system,” explained George Cheeks, president, and CEO of the CBS Entertainment Group.