Terence Dudley (producer) - Interviews/ Shows/ Film Links

Interviews/ Shows/ Film Links

BloombergBusinessweek (Terence Dudley Interview)

  • http://feedroom.businessweek.com/?fr_story=a36db0fac46228cb27853be553cd2cee48f52981

"Choppin It Up With Tee" (Web Series)

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBWtqCLLiwc

"King Of B" (Movie Trailer)

  • http://vimeo.com/8610130

(Los Angeles/Gang Alternative Program-Commercial)

  • http://www.gangfree.org/news_video_psa.html

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