Born out of a situation of need, The Cultured Professional (TCP) Network aims to highlight the voices of the disenfranchised in Central Pennsylvania. TCP's mission is to share the stories and voices of marginalized people and groups and to keep an underrepresented population on the happenings in their backyard. Since early 2018, The Cultured Professional Network entertains tens of thousands of viewers/fans on a weekly basis.
We are Family!
We are a group of dedicated individuals in the Central PA area. Our family is from Lancaster, Reading, Harrisburg, York, and Philadelphia.
We are always looking for people to join us. Like our Facebook, Follow us on the gram and then email us, so we know you're for real!!
We are currently seeking team members that can edit and produce (video/audio). Or if you have other skills to share please let us know.
TCP in the Community
More election issues in Pa., leaked Homeland Security memo warns of violence against abortion advocates, and Alabama bans transgender medication
One PA resident spent $18 Million during the primary, Lancaster County Dropbox removed (again), and Oversight committee says over 130 NYPD cops should face discipline for misconduct during George Floyd murder protests
As a member of the Sankofa Club, you will be provided with over 100 new activities that you can print out, engage with your young people, enjoy, and learn all at the same time. These activities are broken down into three separate groups, Red, Black and Green. The Red group is for the younger children ages 3 to 5 years old, Black ranges from 6 to 8 years old and Green focuses on our 9 to 12 year olds. Click the Sankofa Club Logo for details.
TCP- Great Social Pitch 2019
Under-representation in the newsroom is a huge problem with media outlets today. National media, and especially local media has gravitated from their traditional models of coverage that included more "community coverage". Not just covering the negative stories, but also covering the positive stories that made the community feel closer together.
Our pitch idea is a low powered community radio station. It would be a low-cost membership model with an opportunity for community members to be trained to use equipment as well as in the future grow to include tv production and loaning of equipment. This community radio station would be by the people and for the people, offering them an opportunity to share their stories, empower their community, and offer them the opportunity to learn soft media skills. Broadcasting can also be used as an educational tool. This station will promote local community culture/diversity, information sharing, entertainment, and financial literacy. This radio station aims to improve awareness and knowledge of solutions, to community development and tackling problems ranging from community culture to our local governance.