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Men Ain’t Boys

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At a time when African American men are often depicted poorly throughout mainstream media Tyler New Media breaks that trend with Men Ain’t Boys. The film offers a thought provoking look at issues such as stereotypes surrounding manhood, the results of effective fatherhood and the requirements for maintaining lasting love, relationships and marriages. Men Ain’t Boys provides a blueprint for men, women and children to learn how real men live and how real men love.

Be Blogalicious

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Once a year women from across the country assemble at the intersection of Social Media and Sisterhood. Tyler New Media takes you inside of Blogalicious, the conference where it all takes place. Blogalicious is a one of a kind gathering that celebrates the diversity of women in social media. Learn about the sisterhood, the blogs and the business firsthand from these new age leaders who influence the web.

You Saved Me

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The newest Tyler New Media release, this film takes an emotional, in-depth look into the marriages of eight African-American couples, exploring marriages trials, changes, successes, and ultimately, the healing that comes out of true love and commitment. The documentary premiered in 25 cities in March, drawing thousands of viewers and sell out crowds. It received national media attention and made an international splash when it was featured in the U.K. documentary, Brides and Prejudice. The Tylers are kicking off a summer tour of the film, traveling to venues in Houston, Chicago, Baltimore, Orlando, and other cities nationwide.

Happily Ever After: A Positive Image of Black Marriage

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Happily Ever After is the Tylers’ first film and the movie that started the movement. Through Happily Ever After, the Tylers sought to challenge negative media representations of Black marriage and relationships through interviews with real-life, successful Black couples. Counselors and marriage experts speak on the prevalence of Black marriage stereotypes and the multi-layered effect of the decline of Black marriage and families.

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