Carol Blackmon is a highly accomplished media professional. She has hosted several local television shows and currently host her own show on Atlanta's Majic 105.5 / 97.5. We recently caught up with her for a quick interview and got a glimpse into her world. She was very candid when it came to opening up about what it takes to be respected and to have staying power as a woman in the entertainment industry: "In an industry that can be so superficial, it is important to be yourself and come from a real sincere place. People know when you are not being sincere, when you really don't care, and it is just a job…"
Women In Film & Television Atlanta has been Georgia's foremost entertainment organization is support of women since 1974; Blackmon, who has 30+ years in the entertainment industry, has been a WIFTA member for just under a year but has supported it for much longer than that. "I had been saying for some time I was going to join WIFTA, telling one of my friends, BJ Arnett every year was "the" year. I am excited that I have finally become part of this incredible organization and anxious to see what the horizon holds."
To read the full interview with Carol Blackmon and to learn how to contact her, visit: http://www.WIFTA.org/
Women In Film & Television Atlanta (WIFTA), a 501c-3 Georgia non-profit, is a member-based professional organization affiliated with other Women In Film chapters around the world. Since our inception in 1974, the Atlanta chapter has proudly had a membership community of multi-generational and culturally diverse professionals, which include producers, directors, actors, entertainment attorneys, camera and sound technicians, film editors, graphic designer artists, make-up artists, wardrobe specialists, screenwriters, talent agents and casting directors. WIFTA is dedicated to improving the status and portrayal of women in film, television, video and other screen-based media by offering opportunities for media makers to connect, create, champion and inspire.