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Keke ‘Keep a Job’ Palmer Launches Digital Television Network

The actress is one of the latest black celebrities to tap into the digital media industry.

Keke Palmer is expanding her brand with the launch of a new digital platform for content creators, reports Vulture.

Palmer announced KeyTV in a fun new video in which she showcases her talents as an actress, singer, writer and director.

“I’ve been doing this for 20 years, but it’s what I’m most proud of,” Palmer wrote in the caption of the video posted to his Instagram page.

Keke Palmer expands its brand with the launch of a new digital platform for content creators. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

“You always say I keep a job, now I make sure we ALL have one. Sharing the keys to culture is my greatest gift – it’s for you and for us, from me,” a- she continued.

Several celebrity friends of Palmer celebrated his new digital television network in the comments section of the video. Actor Rick Gonzalez called it “hugely inspiring”. Actress Naturi Naughton wrote: “Girl!!!! It’s so powerful! Congratulations.”

‘On My Block’ star Sierra Capri added, “Queen, this is AMAZING, show us how it’s done!!!”

Actress-singer Leslie Grace said: “Wow. That’s nice to look at ! Bravo for this huge step (which I’m sure included many intermediate steps) and the self-confidence you managed to maintain throughout your creative journey! 👏🏽🙏🏽🫂 I’m motivated.

KeyTV’s Instagram bio describes it as “a company led by @keke” that aims to shine a light on “a new generation of creators.” The network’s official website displays links to the platform’s social channels and a contact form.

In the video on KeyTV’s YouTube page, Palmer asks viewers to apply for various production roles such as designer, sound mixer, lead gripper and camera operator.

“I want to share everything I’ve learned with you because it’s my biggest dream,” Palmer said in KeyTV’s Instagram video announcement.

“It only takes one of us to unlock a door to unlock a million doors for each other. I’m so excited to bring you KeyTV, where our stories matter and where we’re portrayed as the keys to culture ,” the “Nope” star continued.

Palmer is one of the latest black celebrities to tap into the growing digital media industry. Byron Allen, CEO of Allen Media Group, owner of the Grio, previously announced the launch of the Grio Black Podcast Network (TGBPN).

Earlier this year, actor-comedian Tim Reid launched “The Legacy of a People Network” streaming service. In 2013, Sean Combs launched the digital cable network, Revolt TV.

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