KeyTV, a digital platform ‘spotlighting a new generation of creators,’ is launching Lauren Keyana (Keke) Palmer, a leading star of the Hollywood world. Want to know the launch date? Follow the track!
Keke Palmer, a Hollywood star and philanthropist, is now ready to head her journey on KeyTV. The digital channel streamed its teaser today on October 14, while tagging the line on its Twitter account,
“Unlock what’s possible at KeyTV. Launching November 3.”
Ahan! There is a launching date for Keke’s new journey on KeyTV. This November has Keke’s special launch. Excitement is in the air. Twitter account @pride_site expressed excitement for Keke’s launching on KeyTV,
“Miss @KekePalmer is a multihyphenate who can truly do it all! The #actress, #singer, TV host, and social media #influencer is bringing together all of her talents to launch a brand-new project: the @KeyTVNetwork. We are here for this, Keke!”
Keke Palmer’s New Journey: This November On KeyTV
“I’ve been doing this for 20 years, but this is what I’m most proud of. You all (sic) always say I keep a job, but now I’m ensuring we ALL got one. Sharing the keys to the culture is my greatest gift – this is for you & us, from me.”
Keke is enthused to reveal through the Instagram post charging her to step into the world on KeyTV what she believes she has been in for 20 years. It is fascinating to perceive the canvas of Keke’s personality from a philanthropist’s view. Palmer has been standing in Hollywood as a humanitarian pillar, especially for the Black community of the United States. This particular factor of her personality encourages this article to take discourse on what she says and believes:
“sharing the keys to the culture is my greatest gift – this is for you & for us, from me.”
Culturing the Once Hindered Identity: KeyTV’s Launching Keke Palmer
Paving the way for another spectrum of the light culturing the once hindered identity, first, we will glance at Sir David Remnik’s perspective shared in his article “How Black Creators Are Changing Hollywood” from the wall of “newyorker.com.” David notes the present as curving the Black community’s past hindrance towards great media exposureedia. He says:
“In the past few years, it seems a floodgate has opened, releasing a deluge of tremendously successful media that centers the Black experience.”
In the present scenario, David’s thought expresses the changing dimension of the history of the United States, even across the world. Indeed, it’s a postcolonial and most commonly postmodern world, anchoring the discomforted sound of the past hindrance at its top. Though the United States is still on fire for racism. On the other hand, the globalized world of popular culture has provided a way to look at cultural ethnicities across the globe.
Growing places to voice yourself, your culture, and your identity bring a concerned spectrum of cultural politics for the ones under these spotlights. Yes, cultural politics, a reality that cannot be denied, instead questioned! Keke Palmer, meanwhile, can be perceived as an embodiment of the cultural politics of the United States, paving the way for Black culture.
The struggle to maintain one’s own cultural identity demands much more. Randi Richardson and Claretta Bellamy, in their collaborated article “Keke Palmer is Launching KeyTV, a digital platform ‘spotlighting a new generation of creators'” (on nbcnews.com), notes Samantha Sheppard (an associate professor of cinema and media studies at Cornell University),
“It’s reminding content creators, particularly Black content creators, that you can control — to a degree — your means of production,” Sheppard said. “But also that… requires a certain skill level, both in terms of yourself as an on-screen or off-screen personality and a collaborator.”
She further says,
“It seems not just important, but imperative for Black creators to think about how they can share their creative aims and means,” Sheppard said. “So by creating your platform, you show people that you can still create content at a scale that matters to you and get your work out there.”
These are the concerns that matter in the new ways that the globalized world offers. Keke can be expected to present such content that comforts the way out Black community avoiding anarchical drafts of cultural politics.