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Recent Press:
Mike Street in the Atlanta Post:
Senior digital strategist for Syndicate Media Group, Mike Street, commends Kodak on their choice to partner with Trey Songz, Pitbull, Drake and Rihanna. “As someone who has worked in the urban marketing space for years and has seen budgets for African-American marketing get drastically cut, it was refreshing to see a major company like Kodak tap this new breed of young talent,” he said.

However, Street is apprehensive that using celebrity endorsers will translate into sales for Kodak. “While the campaign is great, celebrities have lost their mojo when it comes to moving the needle on sales,” he explained. “Just because Drake is holding a camera doesn’t make me want to rush out and buy a camera.

Past Press:
1. Blackbird Is A Custom Browser For African Americans Built On Top Of Mozilla on TechCrunch.com

2. Dear Black Entrepreneurs (especially the ones behind Blackbird) on Tiffany Brown

3. Blackbird:Customizing Browsing for African Americans

4. Blackbird Is A Custom Browser For African Americans Built On Top Of Mozilla from Ajax Girl

5. Blackbird: The African American Web Browser and Philanthropry on the Web from AroundHarlem

6. Blackbird: The African-American browser from Tech Sassy

7. Openings Roundup: OH Restaurant and Lounge, Morton’s on the Gothamist.com

8. Adventures in Poor Timing: OH Restaurant and Lounge on Eater.com

9. Dia De Los Muertos: TRL Is Dead on Guanabee.com

10. TRL Takes a Bow on Gothamist.com

11. Election night coverage in Harlem on Gothamist.com

12. Uma Thurman Parties For Obama In Harlem on Guanabee.com

13. Another Beyonce movie role on MartiniPink.com

14. Debate Drinking Games Offer a Shot of Politics on ABC News

15. Race And The Web: Going After Niche Markets Or Practicing Digital Segregation?