Award-winning TV Host, Journalist and Author Roland Martin has launched a lifestyle and information website called AllThat.TV. The site will be a daily digital destination for national news, pop culture, politics, lifestyle features, health and wellness, cooking segments, faith-based content and a weekly motivational series.
AllThat.TV will also feature both live video streams and produced video content, most of which will be produced by Martin’s own production company, Nu Vision Media.
“My interests go far beyond news and politics,” says Roland Martin. “My social media followers know I love music, dancing, good, clothes and all sorts of other things, so I wanted a place dedicated to exploring those subjects. With AllThat.TV, I’ll be able to stretch my wings and do some creative things. I can’t wait for folks to see what we have in store!”
This new online portal is being launched in partnership with the digital development company Quantasy. Martin has already signed up a team of writers and national influencers to contribute to the site.
“We’re excited to announce our partnership with Roland Martin on AllThat.tv,” says Julius Difuntorum, Sr. Digital Brand Manager, Quantasy. “An accomplished TV host, author and journalist, Roland has an unwavering insight, perspective, and credibility that can impact culture on many levels. Through his online presence, Roland is able to spark tremendous engagement and conversations surrounding trending topics in real time. Our goal is to transcend that formula of engagement across many different formats.”
Martin is no stranger to digital media. As executive editor of the Chicago Defender, he was the first Black news source to launch an audio podcast in 2005; and launched the first Black video podcast by a Black media entity in 2006. Additionally, as founding editor, he helped launch and was instrumental in the initial success of BlackAmericaWeb.com and has maintained his own high-traffic website RolandSMartin.com for many years.
Additionally, with a combined social media base of more than 1.7 million unique followers, the host of TV One’s “News One Now with Roland Martin” remains a force in the social engagement space and continues making impressions with his every move.