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African American Entrepreneurial Librarian Launches Creative Multimedia Production Company and Website

Bookista media group, an African American woman owned business, launches new website bookistamediagroup.tk, devoted to introducing multimedia projects and resources designed for 21st century life-long learners. The website will offer an engaging experience for current and future patrons and clients.

The purpose of the company’s new website is to give users an easier way to learn about services offered to clientele, allow visitors access to information in areas of genealogy curation, a digital art library, online exhibitions & collections, download publications, and stay up to date about company sponsored events. Equally important is the design and navigation of the site and its creative, interactive, and cutting-edge design.

“I am truly excited about bookista media group’s website launch. Having the opportunity to use various original resources designed by the multimedia company for students of color, faculty, and the community is a major reason why I support this initiative and encourage others in our field to tap into this resource,” said, Tatiana L. Bryant, Assistant Professor and Librarian for Outreach and African, Black and Caribbean Studies, Adelphi University.

At the beginning of 2018, bookistamediagroup.tk, introduced the African American Genealogy project a consulting service that provides family genealogy curation and virtual online workshops to the public. In like manner, in September 2017, the company built and designed an African American children’s special library for Quinn A.M.E. Chapel in Jefferson City, Missouri.

“Our mission as a 21st century creative multimedia production company is to connect patrons with innovative and stimulating content they can use at their leisure in real-time,” said kYmberly Keeton, M.L.S., Founder and Chief Thought Eradicator.

The creative multimedia production company will announce the newly inducted members of ART | library deco’s Digital Art Library Advisory Board, a subsidiary of bookista media group to the professional community in September 2018 through various media platforms.

bookista media group
kYmberly Keeton
469-844-1586
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www.bookistamediagroup.tk

Jefferson City, MO, May 09, 2018 --(PR.com)--

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