When he was 15-years-old Jamal Edwards started filming his friends on a camera he was given for Christmas. By 22 he had got his own broadcasting company worth £8 million and a place on the Sunday Times rich list. Jamal who has just published his first book, told BBC Breakfast that his success is down to the fact that he was consistent and had a niche. “There’s probably a thousand other people who are filming as well but i did it in […]
The Sunday Times published it’s annual Rich List yesterday and SB.TV founder Jamal Edwards has made this years list. According to the publication Jamal’s company online broadcaster SB.TV Global could be worth £6million if sold. … Congratulations Jamal.
SBTV founder Jamal Edwards is offering rap producers the opportunity of a lifetime!!! : Rap producers send your beats to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to get a big known rapper from the States on it. No it's not @Drake lol. — Jamal Edwards (@jamaledwards) March 26, 2012 I bet it’s either Flo-Rida or Pitbull… or some rapper who last had a hit record back in 2003 and is vaguely remembered.
Photograph spotted at Sheifunmi.net US singer Keri Hilson with SBTV founder/entrepreneur Jamal Edwards, photographed on their way to Nandos. Click HERE to view more photographs.
Jamal Edwards (founder of popular online broadcaster SBTV) today announced via Twitter that Channel 4 who earlier this year aired a one off documentary titled Inside SBTV, now want to turn it in to a series. Guess what? Channel4 want to take the 'Inside SBTV' to a 5 episode series. Buzzin' – Just finished a meeting with the commissioner. — Jamal Edwards (@jamaledwards) August 23, 2011
Jamal Edwards is the founder of the popular UK online broadcaster SB.TV, and he is also featured in the latest Google Chrome commercial, which aired for the first time last night on British television. A teenager from London uses the web to turn his hobby into a media empire. This film tracks the rise of Jamal Edwards and the emergence of SB.TV as one of the UK’s leading youth broadcasters. From filming his friends in car parks to interviewing some of the […]
It’s been a pretty good year so far for the UK’s number 1 youth online media channel SB.TV. Founder Jamal Edwards (21) has already appeared in numerous mainstream publications, including The Guardian and The Observer, and earlier this year it was announced that he had signed a label deal with Sony RCA. RT @jamaledwards: Big up to @Nandos_Official just had a very good meeting with them. This is the start of a healthy relationship 🙂 — SB.TV (@SBTVonline) March 31, 2011 Now […]