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Meet the Executive Team
In 1999, the vision of Ann Marie Production began as a publishing and production company for women of color who needed a national outlet for their published works and plays.
However founder, Julia Dudley, discovered the many trials and tribulations independent producers would go through in trying to get their TV pilots on nationwide TV broadcasts; Julia went through the same challenge, hitting a brick wall at every turn.
In 2009, she decided to create her own broadcast TV, mobile TV and internet TV channels as one mass network--Ann Marie Pro TV, (AMPTV) to establish a venue for urban indie producers to showcase and broadcast their work nationally and internationally.
Julia Dudley Najieb
Julia Dudley Najieb is the chief executive officer of Info Media Distribution (Info-MD) which creates video content and online copy to be distributed through its several offline and online news media, video, and audio podcast platforms.
Info-MD manages online media platforms AMPTV, ONME TV, BLENDED TV, and VIEW POD TV.
Regionally, for the California area, Info-MD produces and distributes offline and online news programming from a Black perspective for ONME News, a Central Valley-based digital news media platform, and The ONME Network, which is a culmination of original news audio and video podcasts, distributed throughout California, featuring hyper-local and California-wide news and issues relative to the Black experience. Dudley Najieb is executive producer and publisher of The ONME platform
ONME, which stands for “One New Media Expression,” recently expanded its digital and offline footprint over the last several years from the Central Valley to the Silicon Valley and East Bay Black communities of California for its public access TV audiences, featuring its popular news video podcasts such as It’s ONME Local, ONME News Headlines, The Ken McCoy Entertainment Report, News and Coffee with Joquoya Murphy, News Too Real with Julia Dudley Najieb and California Upcoming Events with Jordan Murphy.
Dudley Najieb has managed and produced original, regional, TV news programming for Bounce TV, local NBC & CBS affiliate TV channels, and nationwide business channel, BizTV.
She has interviewed various national prominent figures such as: Martin Luther King III, Congressman John Lewis, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Betty Shabazz, Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, Wallace Deen Mohammed, Kool Moe Dee, Run-D.M.C., Essence Magazine Editor in Chief Emeritus Susan Taylor, US Chamber of Commerce Ron Busby, former California Black Chamber of Commerce President Aubry Stone, Coach Ken Carter, motivational speaker Les Brown, and presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton and many other national prominent personalities through the years.
She has also covered key news events such as first-term presidential candidate Barack Obama, President Bill Clinton, Spike Lee, Bernice King, and O. J. Simpson.
As a published author, the San Jose, CA native who currently resides in Fresno, CA was featured in 2017 as an expert in TV ONE's nationally syndicated docudrama Thou Shalt Not, where episode four, Holy Terror, documented the mass killing of Marcus Wessons' family; Dudley Najeib documented, wrote and published the first book on this infamous family murder.
Dudley Najieb attended Hampton Institute and CSU, Fresno, receiving her BA in Journalism, minor in French, minor in marketing, California Clear Teaching Credential in English and a number of other certifications and professional degrees.
Receiving numerous awards for her community involvement, Dudley Najieb’s most recent award includes 2020 Producer of the Year from Central Valley-based public access TV station, CMAC for her endeavors in reporting regional ethnic news to residents through the broadcasted news podcasts.
Dudley Najieb has written and produced off-Broadway plays Bench Memoirs, A Plane Life and A Black Woman’s Cry for Peace which premiered in New York City and throughout California; movies Reparation Lost and Stars too High, produced & directed original TV show TRACKLIVE; worldwide-published true crime novel Marcus Wesson: Mysterious Web of Deception and self-help handbook, 11 Powerful Prayers of Love and numerous television shows bringing 20+ years of expertise in the fields of journalism, broadcasting, and film production.
Chief Operations Officer
Lennice Najieb has been responsible for the financing for Info Media Distribution (Info-MD) TV collateral properties and online media properties for Info-MD. He has a varied background in marketing and negotiating acquisitions with media partners and investors.
Najieb forms collaborations with national TV and online media production companies, and has been essential in putting Info-MD and its media properties on the map with its various exclusive media production opportunities, as well as its online media distribution contracts and partnerships..
Currently Najieb is garnering new partnership outlets for INFO-MD's smart TV applications and other third-party podcasts outlets accessible via mobile devices and internet-accessible TV. He is also in charge of investor relations and funding sources for the company.
His educational background includes Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics; CSU, Fresno, a minor in statistics & probability; CSU, Fresno, a Master's of Education in Cross-Cultural Teaching, and a California Clear Teaching Credential in mathematics.
Executive News Producer
Joquoya K. Murphy is an executive producer at AMPTV and an executive news producer for ONME News, where she trains, develops and manages video content producers across a variety of mediums, including podcasts, and news articles.
In addition to her work with ONME News, Joquoya has worked with organizations, locally and globally, on creative direction, corporate social responsibility, public relations, and brand strategy. She is also a coach, mentor, and talent manager.
Joquoya is pursuing her Master of Communication and Information degree at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, where she specializes in corporate social responsibility and strategic organizational communication. She also serves as the President of the graduate program. She completed her undergraduate degree at California State University, Fresno receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications and Journalism with an emphasis in public relations.
She currently serves on the fundraising committee for a local social advocacy organization in New Jersey, fundraises in higher education, and chairs the diversity, equity, and inclusion team for a broad foundation. Joquoya is committed to sustainability, equality, and creativity for the next generation of