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Greg Dunmore is an award-winning multi-media journalist as well as the executive producer/partner (with Emmy Award winning videographer Joel Boykin) of Pulsebeat.tv and Jazzjewels.tv (an online broadcast quality entertainment media outlet/special markets promotional agency.) This web/radio/television based media outlet has worked in partnership with such companies as Toyota Motor’s Scion Division and Comcast Cable. Dunmore has interviewed a stellar list of celebrities that includes such mega stars as:  Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson, Tony Bennett, Pavarotti, Nancy Wilson and Whitney Houston. He is a founding member of the Arts & Entertainment Task Force for the National Association of Black Journalists.

 

Ivy League educated and multi talented, Dunmore graduated from Cornell University (Bachelors of Science in Industrial and labor relations/Human Resource Management & Organizational Behavior) and the National Autonomous University of México (Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Language Studies and Mexican Culture and History.) He is certified in teaching English as a second language from Wayne State University (Detroit, Michigan.)

 

Dunmore  is the former Detroit News’ On Detroit Hot Happenings columnist and producer/writer of the Emmy Award nominated “Detroit Jazz Jewels” television special starring pianist and singer Ms. Jo Thompson and vocalist Harvey Thompson (seen nationwide on the Comcast network!) And, he is the recipient of both the coveted Beacon and Telly Awards for Excellence in Television Programming. Moreover, Dunmore has managed and coordinated the careers of singers Jo Thompson and Harvey Thompson who are “master performers” of the “Great American Songbook.”

 

He is the former vice-chair of the Detroit Cable Commission and a former correspondent for BET (Black Entertainment Television.) Dunmore co hosted (with acclaimed photographer Monica Morgan) “Back to Back” on Detroit’s WQBH radio. He edited and published (with Kim Moore) both Hue and Venhue Magazines. And, he is remembered by many Detroiters as being the “About Town” columnist (also with internationally acclaimed photojournalist Monica Morgan) for the Michigan Chronicle.

 

Currently, Greg Dunmore’s popular and insightful entertainment reports produced by Pulsebeat.tv are heard on the worldwide web via www.wchbnewsdetroit.com on Radio One Detroit’s WCHB (1200am/99.9fm) “The Mildred Gaddis Show”. And, his television show: “Greg Dunmore’s Hot Happenings!!!” is broadcast on ABC’s Detroit affiliate TV20 Detroit WMYD. Also, this television show airs daily on every Comcast television in Michigan via their statewide network CN900 (Channel 900) as well as in the city of Detroit via Comcast Detroit Channels 10 & 22.

 

Honors & Awards:

Who’s Who in Black Detroit: Selected as one of their “Top Men to Watch” ; nominated for NABJ (National Association of Black Journalists) Excellence Award for BET Weekly cover story on Gladys Knight and Pulsebeat.tv’s televised feature on Elvis Presley; Nominated for an Emmy Award for Cultural Programming for “Detroit Jazz Jewels “ (seen nationwide on Comcast);  Winner: Beacon Award for Outstanding Cable Television Programming for “Detroit Jazz Jewels”; Winner: Urban league of Detroit’s Most Outstanding Detroit Public Schools PSA as its producer/director; Segment Producer for the Emmy Award Winning season of “Detroit Performs” (WTVS); recipient of Detroit City Council’s Outstanding Detroiter Award, Winner (2015) NABJ Award of Excellence in Television (Interview/Discussion)

 

Memberships:

National Association of Black Journalists (founding member and former co chair/Arts & Entertainment Task Force); The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (voting member for the Grammy Awards); The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences; The International Institute of Metropolitan Detroit (advisory board member); Cornell University Black Alumni Association; The Dr. Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.

 

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