TO YOU, FROM ME, is a comprehensive look at C. A. Webb's activities within the Arts. It provides information to keep others abreast of events that C. A. Webb is participating in, as well as new projects. You may contact Webb at (601) 896.5616.
Newsletter Dated: 10/9/2004 7:44:36 PM
Subject: MS artist/author C. A. Webb Celebrates New Column "Conversations"
C. A. Webb is pleased to announce that beginning next Wednesday, October 13, 2004, he will be hosting a column "Conversations" inside the respected weekly newspaper THE MISSISSIPPI LINK and the website www.onelifeinc.org.
"I am really excited about this new endeavor," exclaims Webb, 29. "The column will address something that my radio and television shows lacks: my opinion. My opinion about the support of the arts, events that are coming to Jackson and the state as well as what artists can do to strengthen the relationship with the community. The first article talks about celebrating the arts and our locally-owned businesses at what cost. It sets the stage for what is to come for C. A. Webb and C. A. Webb, Inc. through the column."
C. A. Webb (Cyrus A. Webb) will continue with his weekly radio talk show on WMPR 90.1 FM as well as hosting the televised version of his show on 16 WAPT. On Sunday, October 24, 2004, Webb has shocked some by announcing that the show that airs will be his last "new" 30 program for the year. "I am hard at work on my new project, that being bringing Mississippi our own 1-hour long television talk show that is taped in front of a live studio audience. This will begin in January 2005, still bringing the Arts to the forefront. The show will be produced by Shadow Play Entertainment, a subsidiary of C. A. Webb, Inc."
And what is to come? "Well," concludes Webb. "I have accomplished all of my major goals except for one. Shadow Play Publications will give birth to my bi-monthly arts and entertainment magazine 'Conversations with C. A. Webb' in July 2005 and my organization will undergo its third (and hopefully final) name change to C. A. Webb Omnimedia. We will then have our hands in the radio, television, internet, and print word. What more could you want?"