RIGHTS – 2021 NY EMMY AWARD WINNER

RIGHTS – 2021 NY EMMY AWARD WINNER

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The super talented and now double Emmy-winning Rich McKinney from Bronx Multicultural 212 is also 3 X NY EMMY nominated as he was also nominated for his lead role in our EMMY nominated IF I WAS PRESIDENT music video. Xposure Multi 212 Music producer @chrisfelixmusic is responsible for the dope music track.

This content is the voice of our young people expressing themselves unfiltered. EVERY school is America should have an XPOSURE after-school program. Our youth deserve it.

NYC DYCD is responsible for the funding of our high-achieving middle school after-school programs.

We would like to THANK @bfreebk for airing our content on their wonderful network.

TOGETHER WE DID IT! 💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾

Check out the NY EMMY 🏆 winning RIGHTS – on WatchClubXTV.com

DEAR BULLY – 2021 NY EMMY AWARD WINNER

DEAR BULLY – 2021 NY EMMY AWARD WINNER

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Malcolm, Shadajae, Marvin, James, Brianna, Alexus, Frank Kelly, Rich, worked extremely hard on this film. These young Emmy Award Winning Youth did an amazing job bringing this script to life. Without them there would be no Emmy.

We would like to THANK @bfreebk for airing our content on their wonderful network. TOGETHER WE DID IT! 💪🏾

Check out Dear Bully – The 30 Minute Movie Musical on WatchClubXTV.com and DEARBULLY.org

FOX5 Good Day Street Talk – Interview with Xposure CEO and COO

What does Financial Literacy and “Earn While You Learn” have to do with Emmy® Nominations and teaching youth Filmmaking and Music Production?”

Earn while you learn! Xposure Foundation Executive Director, Raymond Thomas, Jr., and COO, Marcelle Lashley-Kabore talk about the unique educational experience that combines science and technology with music and finance and allows children to prepare for future savings and disciplines.

Stories From Main Street: After-School Program Gives Kids A Taste Of Working In Radio

On Martin Luther King’s birthday – WCBS radio 880 aired a story about the Xposure Greenburgh after-school program and the internet radio station the after school program manages. Students enrolled in the after school program broadcast out of Greenburgh Town Hall. 3 eleven-year-old students— (Harshita Shet, Sydney Jackson and Adrianna Murrel) were interviewed by WCBS reporter Sean Adams and discussed with him some of the interview techniques they use when interviewing public officials, school leaders and people in the community.


WCBS 880 RADIO INTERVIEWS – WXGB FUN FINANCE RADIO GREENBURGH STUDENTS

Xposure Gives Kids Real-World Reporting Experience

Junior journalist extraordinaire Sydney Jackson caught Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner off guard with her investigative prowess during a recent interview. As she confidently cornered Feiner about the campaign-bus “scandal” (it got lost) that surfaced during his last campaign, the 33-year public servant was nonplussed, to say the least.

“He was smiling, but with this confused face,” says the 11-year-old Jackson, who’s currently in sixth grade at Greenburgh Middle School. “He looked like he didn’t want to answer the question.”

Jackson’s budding career all began at Xposure, an afterschool program that gives kids opportunities to gain real-world experience. Through the program, students from New York City and Westchester County are exposed to the worlds of broadcasting, science, technology, finance, nutrition, and more.

In the aftermath of his encounter with the intrepid Jackson, which aired on the program’s very own Internet radio stream, Feiner said he believes Xposure will shape the next prominent figures of our nation. “We are so thrilled with this program,” he says. “Hopefully, alumni of Xposure will one day go on to be the next president, the next Nobel Prize winners, and TV anchors.”

Source: https://westchestermagazine.com/publications/xposure-gives-kids-real-world-reporting-experience/