What's My Name? Who Am I? Do You Even Know Me?-The Orlando Times
Florida Association of Black Owned Media (FABOM)
BY JIMMIE WILLIAMS
ORLANDO - I am something you read. I'm something like an information highway. I'm something you can share. I'm something with opportunities and I'm somewhat of a teacher. I'm Black Owned Media with power beyond your imagination. I keep you informed and up to date. I am Black Media. I was asked, "Mr. Williams, what is the best way the community can engage with Black media?” First I would say to support them by buying into the Black media. Buy a paper, take out a subscription, but most importantly advertise! Then make sure to keep them informed on what’s going on in your community. It's doesn't matter who you are. You deserve to be heard. Black owned media are our voices. Five Stars ***** goes to the Florida Association of Black Owned Media (FABOM). City of Orlando Commissioner Samuel B. Ings of District 6 sponsored the 2018 Annual Florida Association of Black Owned Media (FABOM) Publisher’s Luncheon. It was held at Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church on Bruton, Boulevard, Orlando, and catered by Oley’s Restaurant, Rio Grande Ave., Orlando. On behalf of the Holden Heights Neighborhood Association, I President Jimmie Williams, would like to thank you for your support in this year's Annual Luncheon held here in the beautiful City of Orlando FL. Commissioner Samuel B. Ings took time to speak to FABOM (Florida Association of Black Owned Media) about community goals and challenges that are going on here and around Central Florida. This Publisher’s Luncheon was held at the highest level of excellency. The President of FABOM, Bobby R. Henry, Westside Gazette, applauded Kevin T. Collins, The Orlando Times, on such an awesome job of putting together the presentation with City Commissioner Samuel B. Ings of District 6. “This meeting would not have been possible without the support and blessing of Commissioner Samuel B. Ings!”, stated Kevin T. Collins. What an awesome experience. Who am I? Black Owned Media! Don't miss 2019!