(Columbia, SC) – The Minority INFO Network is proud to announce the launch of The Minority Times “Multimag.” A multiplatform magazine featuring text, audio, and video in a single publication. The first of its kind, the Multimedia and multiplatform is designed to be experienced as one continuous format across multiple platforms and formats and will be available in web, email, and souvenir print editions.
What makes the Minority Times genuinely unique is its mission to promote authentic voices, not summaries and interpretations by journalists and reporters. The publication is formatted as a documentary-style magazine that features Q&A-style interviews with minority industry leaders, newsmakers, and aspiring entrepreneurs and editorials written by minority thought leaders in business, technology, politics, religion, entertainment, and other sectors.
The Minority Times also highlights everyday people who work traditional 9 to 5 jobs but whose contributions to their communities, employers, and families are beyond measure. As a result of the pandemic, the magazine seeks to honor frontline and essential workers by documenting their stories alongside interviews with celebrities, political figures, and titans of industry.
As part of its cooperative marketing strategy, the Minority Times offers companies and organizations the opportunity to sponsor pages in the publication. Each sponsor is responsible for the story or content contained or printed on that page, allowing them to showcase their brand and share their message with the Minority Times audience.
The Minority Times will also rely heavily on social collaboration and invites individuals to fill out the Minority Times Cover Story Submission form to nominate someone who has risen to the challenge in these defining times to grace the cover of each issue.
“We are excited to launch the Multimag and provide a platform for authentic voices and everyday people whose stories often go untold,” said El Davis, Managing Editor of The Minority Times. “We believe that the Multimag will become a valuable resource for our readers, and we are eager to collaborate with sponsors and contributors to bring their stories to our audience.”
For more information on the Minority Times and the upcoming launch of the Multimag, please contact, El Davis at via phone at 803.619-3752 or email Eldavis@minorityinfonetwork.com.