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Georgia Gets First Studio Led By African American Woman

Tammy Williams First African-American studio head in GeorgiaWith her new studio, Tammy Williams  has made history in Georgia. She is the first African American woman to open a studio and post-production facility in Georgia.  Open Rivers Pictures (ORP) is a 16,000 sq. ft. studio complex with production and post-production operations.

Williams, a former writer/producer for several  television hopes to attract filmmakers and made-for-television productions with the opening of her studio.

The latest project from studio head Tammy Williams involves a reality series with award-winning gospel artist Marvin Sapp. Since his wife’s passing,  Marvin Sapp has been raising his three children alone. Open Rivers is capturing the Sapp family’s transition in a new show, “Marvin Sapp: Single Dad.”

ORP is searching for the perfect host for a trendy new talk show. The ideal host is African American, Latino/Hispanic, Native American or Middle Eastern female, age ranging from 18 – 30.  Must be energetic – great personality and conversationalists with a special interest in health and beauty.

Those interested, email actingout@openriverspictures.com with your name, age, phone number, email address, a recent photo and why you would be great for the show. The deadline is Friday, August 9, 2013. They are not accepting phone calls.

Sarah Hearn
the authorSarah Hearn
Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of PositivelyGospel.com, founded in 2011. The site was recently named among Feedspot's Top Gospel and Christian Music Websites.  Sarah is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Gospel Music Association.

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