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incomtv-crewINCOMTV has evolved from Inglewood Community Television (ICTV) and The South Bay Performing Arts Initiative, a non-profit corporation originally formed to develop The Inglewood Performing Arts Center (IPAC) as a major world-class entertainment and cultural center, in the City of Inglewood!

INCOMTV is managed by a team of veteran Television, Motion Picture and Stage professionals who now seek to shrink the digital-divide by defining and carving a “niche” for mature urban viewers. Ironically, this special and diverse audience is alive and well and living in the City of Inglewood. 

INCOMTV will serve this 21st Century melting pot with an assortment of informational entertainment from established professionals, who are generally ignored by the major media for not being young and trendy. However, with America's shifting age demographics, they will soon be the new majority.

While our primary goal is producing relevant programming to serves a mature urban viewers (“content consumers,”) IncomtV’s secondary goal is to train the “children,” or “children’s children” of these mature viewers to become content producers!

Milton RF BrownMilton R.F. Brown, ihe Executive Director of IncomTV, is a former member of the American Savoyards Association of New England and New York's famed The Living Theater.

He appeared in That Kind of Woman, (Sophia Loren), The Hustler (Paul Newman.) On stage, Gilbert and Sullivan's Yeoman of The Guard, Kiss Me, Kate, and The King and I.

He has written for The Bill Cosby Show, Room 222, That's My Mamma and Amen. He also partnered with Robert Hooks and Academy Award winning director John Alvidsen in developing a screenplay, Bleedin' Kansas, for Todd-AO. Mr. Brown then wrote Pushkin, a drama about the Ruussian Poet, Alexander Pushkin.

Bob LongBob Long is a retired news director of KNBC-TV Channel 4.  Long was an executive producer for World Report at CBS-TV and managing editor and executive producer at KCOP-TV Channel 13. He produced the syndicated series In Search Of and was senior field producer for the NBC human interest series, Real People. Mr. Long founded a production company which produced documentaries and the TV-movie Two Fathers, Justice.

Mr. Long has taught  Journalism Ethics classes at Turkey's Bahcesehir University and still has a strong passion for the concept of "community news.

nautica2Nautica’s career began in Northern California on Spanish radio station, KNTA, but landed in Los Angeles, where she was the midday DJ for Hip Hop superstation, KPWR – Power 106.

Nautica joined KKBT – The Beat, to work with Hip Hop personalities, Ed Lover and Doctor Dre.

Nautica joined actor/comedian, Steve Harvey, on the Beat’s, Steve Harvey Morning Show. She reported on traffic, weather and hosted the Sabor Latino and Apollo West segments, which helped the show become No.1 in LA! Now Nautica works for FM 102.3 KJLH (owned by R&B legend, Stevie Wonder), and is dipping her toes into TV, with INCOMTV!
Erin Aubry Kaplan began writing in 1992 for The Los Angeles Times and has worked for New Times Los Angeles and LA Weekly. Ms. Kaplan also wrote for the London Independent, the Guardian,, The Crisis, Newsday, and Black Enterprise magazine.

Ms. Kaplan completed her first book, "Views and Blues from the Edge: Dispatches from a Black Journalista" which reflects her unique, perspective to most inner-city issues. Ms. Kaplan currently lives in the City of Inglewood and often writes about the changing characteristics of the "inner city experience." This is Erin's first ventture into "Talk Show Television," and hopes to make it a rewarding actitivity.

kariKari Taylor met legendary soul singer James Brown, who introduced her on Soul Train.  She gained a contract with MCA Records and the “Jackee and Friends Show;” and soundtrack work for the TV movie, “To Sir With Love II,”  On stage -- “Wolves In Sheep’s Clothing.”

Kari is a major organizer and fundraiser. Her nonprofit company, The Hush Foundation, has produced Lifetime Achievement Awards for legends like Lena Horne, Della Reese and Nancy Wilson

She is an Associater Producer for INCOMTV, on "The Urban RoundTable," and “The Nautica Show.

Crtaig MacGowanCraig MacGowan has over 30 years of experience in long format 35mm film, TV to HDTV and other digital formats. He has also produced a long list of award winning TV and radio commercials for major corporations.

Mr. MacGowan produced the Emmy Award winning PBS documentary, The Face (2001) which achieved one of the largest nationwide public television audiences for the PBS network, and has achieved more than 6,000 broadcasts.

Craig has vast experience with visual effects and “in the lens” special effect. He is also "ahead of the curve" with all digital formats during the shoot and in post.

Robert HooksRobert Hooks is a gifted artist who won a New York Drama Critics Award for A Raisin in The Sun. He originated the roles in Dutchman, A Taste of Honey and Where's Daddy? He was also the first African American star on a TV drama with N.Y.P.D.

He is a founder of two black theatre companies: New York's Group Theatre Workshop, the DC Black Repertory Company, and co-founder of the Negro Ensemble Company (NEC) which launched the careers of many minority performers, inclding Morgan Freeman, Denzel Washington, and Denise Nichols. During a 30 year period NEC has accumulated a respected body of work that many conider to be the foundation for all African American theater performed in this country.

earl2Earl Ofari Hutchinson is a nationally recognized political commentator, and analyst who is a regular guest on many news shows. He is also an author of ten books on race and politics in America.

Mr. Hutchinson is on CNN, Fox, and American Urban Radio Network, and the National Political Writer for New America Media and the Grio, and Electronic Urban Radio Network. He is also a regular participant on The Al Sharpton Show.

East is the hosts and moderator on The Hutchinson Report on KTYM and KPFK Radio., which features a number of notables.

Rami Rivera FranklRami Rivera Frankl, has over 10 years of film, television and commercial experience. He worked on Selena, Cesar Chavez Memorial, and “Tales from the Crypt."  He joined digital media in 1997 at Universal Studios and created Digital Media and DVD divisions at two prominent post houses. In 2002, he created the trademark, Advertising on Demand (AOD)-- a new model for adigital advertising .

With Brent Akamine they founded the first Latino owned DVD lab to work with major studios. Frankl is currently producing a Blu-Ray project for Vivendi Entertainment, and is the Entertainment Technology Editor for Brooklyn & Boyle Magazine.

tomTom Peters served as a US Marine Corps Correspondent in Vietnam. Additionally, he has achieved over 40 years Public Affairs and communication media experience, working with CBS News, NBC News and ABC TV. He is the President Emeritus of the Los Angeles Chapter of the United States Corps Combat Correspondents Association.

Tom and Milton Brown worked with the Muhammad Ali Ametuer Sports Association in the late 70s, and two years ago, he rejoined Mr. Brown at INCOMTV. More importantly, Tom was fundamental in connecting Bob Long's interest in community news with the aspirations of INCOMTV.