Post In Black (Season 5)

(LOS ANGELES) — Post in Black (, the successful podcast and web series that celebrates Black excellence within the entertainment industry by focusing on innovative professionals behind the cameras, has launched Season 5 with exciting new interviews and added support from major industry leaders.

Post in Black was founded in 2009 as a blog to highlight African Americans working in post-production and has since expanded to a podcast that has interviewed the likes of Darryl Jefferson, Vice President of Post Production and Digital Workflow at NBC Sports, to Emmy award-winning editors Stephanie Filo and Taylor Mason (A Black Lady Sketch Show), to Peabody Award winners, Daysha Broadway and Dominique Ulloa, to industry legends Lillian Benson (Eyes on the Prize) and Terilyn Shropshire (Eve’s Bayou, The Old Guard, Love and Basketball, The Woman King).

Post In Black is now available on all podcast platforms and is also streaming on Made For More Entertainment’s YouTube channel. In this 5th season, special guests include Emmy-winning editor Charles Little II, ACE (Welcome To Wrexham, 9-1-1, 9-1-1: LoneStar, as well as the feature-length documentary God Said Give Em Drum Machines), editor Sean Linal Peterkin (Queen Sugar, The Chi), and Oscar Nominee and Two-Time Emmy Award winner visual effects supervisor Andrew Roberts (The Creator, Killers of The Flower Moon, & Aquaman) from Industrial Light & Magic.

Also new for Season 5, the Dolby Institute is signing on as a title sponsor. The Dolby Institute was created to educate, inspire, and empower the next generation of content creators. The institute partners with schools, colleges, and organizations worldwide to help train professional, emerging, and underserved creators. Through educational programs, strategic partnerships, workshops, and events, they work to educate artists and provide access to Dolby content creation tools that are used widely by leading entertainment industry professionals. Drawing on Dolby’s history of innovation in entertainment, The Dolby Institute’s mission in education is to provide the resources and teachings necessary to empower artistic expression.

In addition, Post in Black is thrilled to have Avid as a supporting sponsor. Creative people everywhere choose Avid to make today’s most celebrated video and audio content—from iconic movies, binge-worthy TV series, and engaging news and sports shows to chart-topping music and live performances.

Daniel K. Hunter, founder of Post in Black states, “Post Production is some of the most rewarding and impactful work you can do in entertainment, but unfortunately it is constantly overlooked and taken for granted. Post In Black serves as both a showcase and a lighthouse. We want to highlight the incredible work that is currently being done by people of color all over the world and also invite a more diverse group into this space.”

Post in Black is produced by Made for More Entertainment (composed of Hunter, his brother, David Hunter Jr. who also serves as Post in Black’s host, and producer, Tatiana M. Johnson) and the Emmy Award-winning, Trailblazer Studios (who have assisted Post in Black with post- production sound and partnerships) have transformed the blog into a full podcast and interview series.

Executive Producer and Senior Vice President of Sound and Engagement for Trailblazer, Eric Johnson says, “We are beyond delighted to embark on this partnership with the Dolby Institute, as it aligns seamlessly with the core goals and mission of Post in Black. We believe this collaboration will not only enhance our offerings but also create meaningful impact within the post-production community and beyond.”

About Made for More Entertainment:

Made for More Entertainment is a production company focused on enhancing lives through the art of storytelling. The company was founded by David Hunter Jr, Daniel K. Hunter, and Tatiana M. Johnson in 2018 and has garnered the attention of partnerships as their slate of content expands. The desire to fulfill their goal of impacting, inspiring, educating, and entertaining audiences both through their content on the screen and in “real life” throughout their communities is at the top of the list. The company plans to announce details of their philanthropic initiatives later this year to support underrepresented communities in need.

About Trailblazer Studios:

Trailblazer Studios is an Emmy-winning entertainment, production, post and sound studio. Based in Raleigh, N.C, Trailblazer's nearly 20,000 sq. ft. facility boasts a soundstage, production offices, edit suites, picture finishing, sound mixing, and other related services. Over 15 years ago, the company developed a robust remote post and sound workflow and assists clients with delivering content to HBO, Netflix, PBS, Amazon, Hulu, Warner Bros. Discovery, and numerous film festivals, including Sundance, SXSW, and Tribeca.

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