Last week the Los Angeles Tribune successfully completed a two-day televised summit that featured some of the world’s top thought leaders in Women’s Empowerment. The event was Executive Produced by Dr.Natalie Forest of the L.A. Tribune. Available online and on T.V. on the L.A. Tribune TV Network available on over fifty million devices that have Roku TV enabled, the work being done for Women’s Empowerment is just beginning for the Los Angeles Tribune.
The Southern California based news organization is aiming to redefine the way people see the role of traditional news media. Since 1886 the people of southern california have been aware of the Los Angeles Tribune and today the people of the world are starting to appreciate this name with the help of Roku TV and a partnership that has allowed the L.A. Tribune to reach parts of the world outside of just California.
The latest digital summit is a testament to the work the Los Angeles Tribune is doing to leave a imprint of social change and justice. Madeleine Albright said “It took me quite a long time to develop a voice, and now that I have it, I am not going to be silent.” it is with this mentality in mind that the latest televised program was focused on; giving a voice to the women thought leaders of the world.
The program touched, moved and inspired a global audience and featured New York Times Bestselling Authors, Lawyers, Doctors, Speakers and Celebrities that all worked with the Los Angeles Tribune to make a difference with Women’s Empowerment.
The next televised program is not yet dated by L.A. Tribune on Roku TV.