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The 1st Faith-Based Streaming Service “Black Box Faith” For African Americans Is Coming!

By Firstladyb

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TV exec, Lemuel Plummer is launching Black Box Faith the first ever faith based African American streaming service.

Deadline broke the news that Lemuel Plummer, who executive produced the Preachers of L.A., created the streaming platform and is partnering with ICM Partners, Ebony/JET magazines, Vimeo, Grammy-winning music mogul Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins and prominent Christian leaders, among others, to support and activate the rollout of the service.

Black Box Faith
Pic Credit: Lemuel Plummer

Ebony Magazine and its sister publication, Jet Magazine will market the launch of Black Box Faith across its platforms, including online and social media.

Vimeo will power Black Box Faith’s over-the-top (OTT) offering.

Bishop Noel Jones, (City of Refuge), Pastor John Gray (Relentless), Pastor Jamal Bryant (New Birth Missionary Baptist Church), Dr. E. Dewey Smith (The House of Hope), Bishop Glenn R. Plummer (COGIC, Bishop of Israel), Grammy and Stellar Award-winning singer Pastor Tye Tribbett and music mogul and Grammy-winning producer Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins are just some of the prominent Christian leaders who are confirmed to showcase their faith brands on the service. Decades of signature sermons from prolific pastors from around the world will be available to consumers, as well as music videos, concerts and specials.

“With Black Box Faith we are delivering sermons and faith-based content to a deeply religious and dedicated African American audience that is very adept using technology to access must-watch content whenever, wherever and on any device,” said Black Box Faith founder Plummer. “We want to change a generation, changing how committed, faith-based audiences receive content.”

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