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  • Rhonda Greer

    While this is a interesting article on reality TV stars, I think that ordinary entrepreneurs should see how they can apply branding principles to their own ventures to make money.

    • Robin Walton

      I agree with Rhonda Greer’s comment. I’m an entrepreneur and I think we need to be able present our small business on a show. My favorite reality show is Shark Tanks. I for one am not interest in all that drama in people’s lives.

  • Alithia

    I think we all can be a little hard on reality tv, especially the African American shows and stars. We’ve been in worse positions. This is great in comparison to our history. I also think that the reality television success’ are a business to be observed as it is, but that is interesting. Lot’s of people have shows that highlight thier business. cooking, fashion, ect.

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  • Mike Mcintyre

    At http://www.vumee.com we would like to get these reality stars, their own channel so they give their take on what really went down. With our platform it allows the celebrities to copyright and monetize all of their videos. Pleae email me for more information at mmcintyre@vumee.com

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