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Multicultural Perspectives: Branford Marsalis Tunes Up Emmy Nomination

Branford Marsalis attends the Smithsonian Magazine's 2017 American Ingenuity Awards at the National Portrait Gallery on Nov. 29, 2017 in Washington, DC.
Branford Marsalis (Image credit: Paul Morigi/Getty Images)

Multicultural Perspectives is a new podcast extension of the original video series of the same name from Multichannel News and Broadcasting + Cable that shines a spotlight on executives and celebrities of color making significant and groundbreaking contributions to the entertainment industry. 

Our latest episode features Grammy-winning and Tony-nominated jazz musician Branford Marsalis who talks about his recent Emmy nomination for developing the original musical score for History’s documentary Tulsa Burning: The 1921 Race Massacre, executive produced by Marco Williams. The multi-talented artist also talks about producing music for television, his various acting endeavors and his love for jazz and music.