Los Angeles, CA, July 29, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Webseries are becoming an alternative to television programming for web users: ComScore.com found out that 80% of all net users worldwide watch video online, this includes web-series. And the new web-series "Afro City" is getting more than it's share of online viewers. Will Hollywood executives be influenced by this online revolution?
“Afro City” hit the net this Summer on www.AfroCityTV.com and is gaining viewers in an under served market. Afro City was created by singer/actress Rhonda Ray (www.rhondaray.net) & Director Lobace Stoll. Writer, Rhonda Ray says, "We want to service the Afro Centric (Natural Hair Community) market by filling this programming void and showing Afrocentric images and themes with a positive message and this is only the beginning." "Afro City" stars Rhonda Ray as Jazzman Love, Ebony Mikila as Fatimah Ali, Bunmi Ayodele as Ebony Simone, and Sabrina Alashi as Crystal Monet.
"Afro City" creators say, "The best way to describe Afro City would be 'Sex in the City' meets 'Girlfriends' with an Afrocentric twist and fabulous fashion to match. We created 'Afro City' to show the world that African American women are beautiful with their natural Afro hair without conforming to societies typical 'standard' of beauty. We wanted to bring these beautiful images and lifestyles to the screen that people aren’t use to seeing everyday in the media and the web allows us to do that without going through the traditional hoops in Hollywood in order to get these images seen and these stories told. The Afrocentric market is such an under served market and we want to fill the void by showing Afrocentric images and themes with a positive message in all of our programming." www.AfroCityTV.com Creator, Rhonda Ray says, "I think the future is definitely looking bright for web series of all genres and I’m so glad to be apart of this revolution that’s being televised on the web."