EL SEGUNDO, CA – A new online TV network says it will give conservative minorities a new forum from which to air their center-right views.  That’s the aim of “The Minority Report”, a program by PJTV that will showcase the voices of leaders in the minority community, offering commentary from thought leaders such as Joe Hicks, Sonja Schmidt, AlfonZo Rachel and others.

“PJTV has always sought to offer viewers a new perspective that the mainstream media often fails to present,” said Roger L. Simon, CEO of Pajamas Media. “As an organization, we aim to continually reach out to new demographics whose voices are often hushed in traditional coverage. PJTV and Pajamas Media are excited to introduce this new forum in which the voices of center-right minorities can be unleashed, giving all viewers a new perspective on politics and culture.”

The Minority Report will feature panels and individual guest appearances by various minority leaders, each addressing Tea Party issues and race in America as well as various national and global issues. Joe Hicks, a former member of the Black Panther Party turned conservative advocate, will host the first installment of The Minority Report.

Hicks became a political advocate following the Watts riots in the 1960s and eventually served as the Communications Director for the ACLU’s Southern California Chapter and the Executive Director of the Los Angeles Human Rights Commission. Having been on the far-left side of the political spectrum before shifting right, Hicks offers viewers an unmatched, and often provocative, understanding of political and social issues.

“Politically conservative minorities are often disregarded by the mainstream media, viewed as ‘sell-outs’ by professional race activists, and even pandered to by some white conservatives,” said Joe Hicks, PJTV commentator and host of The Minority Report. “Center-right black Americans, Latinos, Asians, Native Americans – the list could go on – have views and perspectives that need to be heard. The Minority Report is a forum that allows these conservative Americans to speak out on a full range of topics – not just issues of ‘race.’ I’m excited to be a part of this show that gives a voice to those who pop culture and the mainstream media have largely ignored and pretended were political aberrations.”

2 thoughts on “PJTV Online TV Network Show Seeks to Give Conservative Minorities New Forum”
  1. I would like to keep tabs on your “Minority Report.” I want to include conservative minorities in the America’s dialogue. I don’t believe they are given a fair representation in either the Republican or Democrat parties. My solution is going to be an independent campaign for 2012 that picks up where the far left and the far right stops.

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