Raphael Gentry, About the CEO
Renaissance Multimedia Group LLC, (RMG Media) was founded in 2006 by CEO Raphael Gentry. Because of his love for journalism and passion to create thought provoking content, he decided to pursue a career in media. After graduating from Southern University A&M College with a Masters in Broadcast Journalism, he became a college professor, writer, producer, and editor of all multimedia productions.
Raphael Gentry is a former employee of CNN, and throughout his career, Raphael has had the opportunity to work with other prominent companies such as: Trumpet Awards, Radio Station V103, WAFB Channel 9 and Comcast, a cable network where many of his shows have debuted. He has also captured interviews from some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry such as: Kevin Heart, Steve Harvey, Gabrielle Union, Paul Walker, Terence Howard, Lisa Ray, Magic Johnson, Taraji P. Henson, Ludacris, Toni Braxton, Ice Cube, Jessie Jackson, Chris Tucker, Snoop Dogg, and many more.
In 2006, Raphael produced his first reality show, “Reflections of Y.O.U.” which highlighted the uniqueness of others. Since then, he has never looked back and has gone on to produce several more shows on the Comcast Network. Along with producing, he spends his time teaching Public Speaking at Spelman College, and Audio/Video courses at Westwood College in Atlanta, Ga. Professor Gentry continues to inspire students to pursue academic excellence.
His current projects include: “Upyri”, a web series about vampires and their challenges to merge as a clan to defeat mankind. “Go Live a Little” a travel television show that not only inspires, but teaches people how to travel around the world affordably.
Raphael undoubtedly attributes his success to his firm faith in God and his parents’ timeless love and support. He plans to continue educating students in Media and providing eye-catching, yet thought provoking content that positively impacts the perspectives of his viewers. With each production, RMG guarantees quality and excellence.
Professor Gentry at Spelman College