As music fans listen to artist break records with subliminal lyrics unknown to the average ear, the media delivers indecisive messages. As users of technology gravitate towards post marking television such as Netflix and Hulu, the radio is becoming the star of the blurred media circus.
Radio is missing freshness. It’s missing honesty. It’s missing encouragement. These days, you can tune in to [multiple] podcasts on iTunes or iHeartRadio to hear the latest entertainment news, “the donkey of the day” and more.
“What about the men and women that make a difference in their community?” host Ms. Terrell asked. “What about wanting better for yourself to make a change?”
Bestselling author, Ms. Terrell, made became an advocate for light in 2016. Sharing her most vivid memories in her memoir, The Black Sheep Shadow, Terrell wanted to bring more than her life to light. Her burning desire to see others succeed catapulted into a vision for a Fine Arts platform for voices to empower.
Thirsty to spread her wisdom, Terrell found herself wanting to break into darkness as an empowering milestone.
“The media loves a good story,” she states. “ If it’s going to take the audience through a range of emotions, it holds value. Your life holds value. Doesn’t it deserve enrichment?”
Mindful thoughts, passion and inspiration launched The Kingdom, Black Sheep Radio’s inspirational and motivational podcast.
‘The Kingdom breathes fresh air along airwaves,’ a fellow listener voiced.
Start your week with The Kingdom. It has a dose of reality and witty motivational phrases that make anyone know they’re unstoppable.