We believe in a world where anything is possible. Dreams are just visions that haven’t been assigned a plan yet. With a plan and a purpose, dreams can come true. The Eagle View Media Company is the collective goal of a group of brothers from Louisiana who have all been very succesful in various areas of media. Pulling their resources together, they aspire to embark upon greater ideas to grow with the evolving entertainment industry.


Gerald Wright (Orlando, FL) has an extensive resume with Business Management. Graduating from Southern University with a degree in Engineering, he enjoyed a 20+ year career as an engineer for General Motors and Disney. Gerald and his wife Gia also own AMPS Magazine, a news platform to promote Black News and Entertainment. The magazine is franchised in three cities, including Dallas, Indianapolis, and Orlando. Their company has been an advertisement supporter for some of the largest events in America, including Bronner Bros in Atlanta and The Circle City Classic in Indianapolis among others. Gerald also contributes to the Visual Ministry at his church in Florida, Live Church Orlando, where Rev. Tye Tribbett is Pastor.

Roosevelt Wright, III (New Orleans, LA) is an award winning public speaker. He and his wife own, Unboxed Possibilities Enterprise, which is the umbrella for Black Boot News and 100 BLK Radio. Their news site gains more than 1.5M views per month. Commonly known as “Ro Wright”, he built a 25 year career in radio beginning as a full time employee at 13 years old. At one time, he was the youngest radio personality in Louisiana. He and Kita started producing TV shows when they were 14 and 15 years old. They sold advertisement to local vendors and had the shows aired on a local channel in Monroe, LA. Since then, they have produced several shows for regional stations and were executive producers for the ‘Young & Married in New Orleans’ Reality Show. Ro, who studied Mass Communications at Southern University, is the author of four books and is Pastor of Metro Assembly of Faith in New Orleans, LA. He played a role on HBO’s ‘Treme’ series and has been featured on various networks including MTV and TBN. In 2014, Ro was booked to speak at more than 230 events around the country in one year.

Kita Wright (Monroe, LA) is an award winning Photographer and Videographer. His work has been seen in magazines and on television all over the world. His photos and videos of Hurricane Katrina were picked up by more than 50 stations all over the world. His photos and videos of the Jena Six Civil Rally were picked up by more than 50 stations all over the world as well. He was even given exclusive access to the Democratic National Convention in 2008 by the Obama Campaign. He has won numerous awards for Print and Visual Graphics. His work has been featured in several magazines including Blender, Jet, Ebony among others. He is also a regional stringer for the Associated Press. His production company, Proworks Productions, has done work for various ministries around the country including Bishop T.D. Jakes, The Potter’s Institute. Kita, commonly called “The Pro”, also partners with his brother Ro and their other brother Robert to manage their father’s newspaper, The Monroe Free Press. It is the largest Black Newspaper in Louisiana. They have been managing it since they were teens.

The Foundation

Their brother Robert is also an award winning Photographer but his passion leans more towards Education than Entertainment. He will help contribute to Eagle View as well but he prefers teaching more than producing.

These men grew up with grand ideas. Sometimes, they were so grand they’ve had to move to various parts of the world to pursue their individual goals. There is one goal they have all shared collectively… to build a film platform for independent producers and filmmakers. The Wrights grew up together in Boy Scouts. All three of them are Eagle Scouts (the highest rank in the organization). Their father, Roosevelt Wright, Sr., was their scoutmaster. Their brother Robert reached Eagle status as well.

As kids, they learned to see the world through the eyes of an Eagle. Having traveled to nearly 40 of the 50 states before they even graduated High School, they studied American History, Politics, Business, and Entrepreneurship as kids. Gerald and Ro owned their own individual candy businesses when they were just 14 years old. Kita has owned his own production studio since he was 13 years old. They have been groomed to produce something magical together since they were young boys. The Eagle View Media Company is the manifestation of their collective aspirations in Mass Communications.