The Hannibal Media Group strives to be a leader in digital media communications and Lifestyle Marketing. As such, we develop, create and promote a variety of digital media properties which are broadcast across tablets, mobile, streaming and podcast platforms, mobile apps and desktop computers.
Our core programming target is the individual who enjoys the urban cultural lifestyle from a decidedly global perspective.
Our well documented expertise with music, arts, and events management provides a powerful backdrop to provide brand marketing solutions by integrating intimately into the lifestyle of the target consumer.
With our global outreach, we are dedicated to build a transatlantic bridge of music, arts and culture with the African Continent and the west.
A legacy of broadcast programming, marketing, advertising sales and promotions along with major events management anchors our reliability and experience.
Our track record provides exceptional discernment for new music trends and arts productions.
Specialties: Radio Broadcasting, Marketing Strategy Development, Project Management, Event Management, Event Production, Digital Video Editing, Social Networking Strategy, Script Writing
Greg J is a well known media marketing executive, radio broadcaster, event producer, and global thinker. After serving in the United States Marine Corps as a weapons systems technician aboard the F-4 fighter aircraft, Greg’s professional broadcast career began to definitively form at national urban radio syndicator Bailey Broadcasting Services, headed by urban radio legend Lee Bailey. As Director of Sales and Marketing he was the catalyst for the development of successful radio promotions and sales strategy for a line up of nationally syndicated programming including the highly acclaimed RadioScope.
At 102.3 KJLH, a heritage radio station broadcasting in Los Angeles and owned by music icon Stevie Wonder, Greg served as the Marketing Director for more than 20 years, creating, producing and executing a lineup of promotional strategies, advertising campaigns and events. He built and produced a number of well established music festivals which attracted tens of thousands of attendees in the Los Angeles community. Of note, 4th of July Fireworks Extravaganza – 50,000 attendance; Knotts Berry Farm Gospel Showcase – 30,000 attendance, Taste of Soul – 350,000 attendance, multiple music festivals commemorating the MLK holiday. His legacy and commitment to excellence has been recognized by City officials, state government and even written in the record of the US Congress. Further, He has received the Vanguard Award as one of LA’s 100 most influential African Americans 4 consecutive years.
Greg’s global reach is predicated on his mantra to build bridges of music arts and culture between Africa and America. To that end he promotes travel and tourism to Africa, coordinating travel groups to the continent.
Greg’s commitment to his community is underscored through his service on the Board of Directors for the West Angeles Community Development Corporation and now the Arts Council for Long Beach.
Rhonda Love is a writer, filmmaker, marketer, and former member of the Mayor’s team in the City of Long Beach where she operated in the capacity of Executive Assistant & Scheduler to the Mayor of Long Beach, Dr. Robert Garcia. Rhonda has several years of experience in entertainment management, production, and marketing & branding. Her clients and partners include award winning major market talent, corporate brands, high profile public officials, executives, and faith-based organizations. Rhonda holds a degree in Broadcast Communications-Radio/TV/Film, and a graduate of the Business & Management of Entertainment, Executive Producers Program at the UCLA Extension. She is also proud mentor of former President Barack Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper” Initiative. Rhonda recently co-launched Dreamkreator Studio LLC, a digital media start-up company in Long Beach, CA.
Find out more about Rhonda Love at www.rhondalove.com