Quality of Life Advertising is the Way to Go for Bloomfield Based Mox-E Channel!
The Mox-E Channel
36 Dodd Street, Suite # 5
Bloomfield, NJ 07003
Contact: Comaleeta Porter
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE!
The Mox-E Channel, is a new internet movie channel that presents real-life shows and web series without commercial interruption but only ads that benefit quality of life issues will be accepted!
Engaging entertainment is at the core of our programming but we also want to present our viewers with advertising that will uplift their quality of life. Therefore, we are only working with companies whose products and/or services somehow contribute to a better quality of life. The spectrum of products and services is broad as long as they contribute to health, wellness, safety, hope for the future, etc. For example, we will accept ads for wines if they are organic.
The Mox-E Channel launched the end of May 2012 with its first real-life series Football Girls! which follows the 2012 season of the New Jersey Titans women’s professional tackle football team. The team is part of the WSFL (Women’s Spring Football League). Can females play hard tackle football? Watch the series and see as you go inside their practices, team meetings and most of all, their games.
The Mox-E Channel is conceived and operated by the Partners of Four Way Vision Productions, LLP a partnership between the companies of independent filmmaker/author/professor Hisani P. DuBose and musician/educator Leslie Ford. www.fourwayvisionproductions.com Both artists felt the need to present entertainment that is often unique and always inspiring.
The first season of Football Girls! will end August 31st Programs for the rest of the year are as follows:
The Hard Way (August – September 30th)
A real-life series that follows body builder/trainer Aaron Seaton as he prepares to compete for body building titles in New Jersey that can lead him to becoming the state Body Building champion. This is done without steroids, only hard work, solid nutrition and great sacrifice – “The Hard Way.”
Thinking in Jazz (Season I/September –January 2013)
Live performances, interviews, connections with other musical styles…join Jazz musician Leslie Ford as he has fun exploring the great music of Jazz past and present. An accomplished musician, Mr. Ford was also the founder of the Jazz Institute of New Jersey an organization that for 21 years taught young people the fundamentals of Jazz as well as life-skills through Jazz.
Sister Morning (February-May 2013)
Sister Morning is a narrative web series that revolves around a 30 something woman who is not a virgin but has taken a vow of celibacy before marriage. When she is attracted to a man she finds interesting, her vow becomes challenged. Ranging from funny to serious, this web series which is written by award winning Screenwriter/Director/Producer Hisani P. DuBose, is bound to get people talking.
Along with the company Partners, seven exceptionally talented students from Bloomfield College’s Creative Arts and Technology Division and one former student of Ms. DuBose’s have become part of the production team. Both Partners were disturbed by the number of graduates who could not locate employment so they decided to take in interns who could be trained and kept on as employees after they graduate. The students who have joined the company are: Tamzen Jackson, Laibhen Excellent, Jason Kelley, Pedro Guzman, Courtney Camon, Andre Douglas and Donald Chavies. The former student, Zerom Kieflmariam is the web master who built the channel’s site.