Tim Hunter (CEO)

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Tim Hunter
Born (1968-07-09) July 9, 1968 (age 53)
OccupationCEO Chairman Agency and Cinema Fresh
Known forMusic News Weekly Newspaper

Timothy G. Hunter (born July 9, 1968, in Chicago and raised in Dixmoor, Illinois) is the founder and CEO of The Chairman Agency and Cinema Fresh.


Early career

Hunter started as an intern to filmmaker Bill Duke in 1997 and became president of Duke Media in 1999. [1]

Music News Weekly

Music News Weekly was his self-funded newspaper and website. It generated controversy in 2005 for an article enhancing the erroneous scandal of gospel singer Hezekiah Walker. Although the scandal was diffused with a letter of apology after speaking with Walker, the website averaged over 20 million unique visitors. Uncomfortable with the tone and power that came with Music News Weekly, Hunter folded the firm. [2]

Later career

After a few startup misses, Hunter found his element in 2011 by creating Cinema Fresh an independent studio designed to produce digital video content, television content and film. [3]


He has two children and lives in Los Angeles.

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  1. "Tim Hunter". IMDb.
  2. "Hezekiah Walker Denies Homosexual Allegations". Christian Post.
  3. http://www.cinemafresh.com