FKB Media Solutions is a media consulting company that finds solutions for media problems. FKB Media Productions Inc. is a production company with agent, grant writing and live stream/television production. We offer services in the following areas: Media Strategies, Public Relations, Media Training, Media Consultation, Copy Editing and Writing Media Literacy Workshops. Under our partner company FKB Media Productions Inc., we offer Agent Representation, Writing and Production, Livestream Broadcasting and Sponsorship Packaging. Media Consultant Fennella Bruce is a former News Producer, having worked in the field of journalism for more than 20 years as a producer and senior writer at several major market television stations including: CTV News Channel, CityNews/Breakfast Television/CityOnline, CTV - Canada AM, CP24, CTV National News and BET News. FKB Media Solutions and FKB Media Productions Inc. has produced large scale live events and taken the public relations lead in numerous campaigns and charitable fundraisers that have exceeded monetary goals. Some of our clients include: former NBA player Damon Stoudamire, Director and Academy Member Frances-Anne Solomon, The Black Diamond Ball, The International Jerk Food & Music Festival, CaribbeanTales International Film Festival, Dr. Jean Augustine Chair, Miami Broward Carnival, How She Hustles,/Startup & Slay digital series, Dr. Roz's Healing Place, Rogers Mosaic Inclusion and Diversity (RIFF) event spotlighting Black female filmmakers, Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce, Tazwiz Inc., YouTube Influencer/CTV's Auntie Jillian , University of Toronto's Transitional Year Program , Moissy Fine Jewellery. and BAPS Charities. FKB Media Solutions has garnered publicity from major market media including CTV, CP24, CBC, Global, CityTv, CHCH, TVO, The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Flare Magazine, Cosmopolitan, CFRB, AM640, G98.7FM and GQ Magazine.
Fennella Bruce is a 2020 recipient of the 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women Award. Her community work includes current Vice-President of the Board of Dr. Roz's Healing Place, Member of the Foundation Board of Women in Film and Television – Toronto (WIFT-T), Member of the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS), Past Board Member of Tropicana Community Services, Past President of the Canadian Association of Black Journalists, and current member of Sheridan College Advisory Board for Journalism. She has served as a juror for the Junos, the Canadian Screen Awards, and the New York Film Festivals International TV Awards. Fennella taught Media Literacy for six years at Centennial College has mentored numerous journalism students.