Jamsource Runway Magazine was created by Founder/Publisher Carolyn Baker, in 2001 for the purpose of exposing the Arts. After moving to Houston from San Antonio where she worked for the San Antonio Register Newspaper, one of oldest black publications in Texas, publishing for over 20 years. Now blessed with twenty years in the business, she is still informing the public on a diverse level, from Gospel music to Jazz, Rap and Zydeco, just to mention a few. Later on, as a means of incorporating fashion into the publication, the ‘Runway Fashion Source’ was introduced. This platform provides recognition to the up-and-comers in the industry, putting focus on the designers and models in a way that gains them more opportunity to move forward on their quest on a national and international level. Carolyn Baker, in 2020, decided to add the custom cars and bike platform with ‘Ride or Die Custom Automobiles and Bikes’. This had always been a passion of hers while growing up with eight brothers who were very involved in working on cars of all fashions. It was a joy for her later in life to spend time admiring the customs out there at various cars shows, and showing the readers that unique style of art. Plus, she enjoys driving high powered vehicles personally. There is so much involved in Jamsource Runway besides its media activity, such as supporting non-profit organizations and other businesses, locally, nationally and internationally, and helping others getting started with pursuing their dreams in the media industry as she once did many years ago. As the 20Th Anniversary is being celebrated, Ms. Baker feels like it was just yesterday when she started it all, and she looks forward to many more years of carrying on the trademark of Jamsource Runway, doing what has been part of her life 100%. A few people who need recognition for supporting JSRW. They are Cynthia Allen, President of Rose B. Johnson Colon Cancer Foundation, Lynette Reddix, No Sister Left Behind 501c, and Marcus Muhd of A Tone Productions.
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Jamsource Runway Magazine was created by Founder/Publisher Carolyn Baker, in 2001 for the purpose of exposing the Arts. After moving to Houston from San Antonio where she worked for the San Antonio Register Newspaper, one of oldest black publications in Texas, publishing for over 20 years. Now blessed with twenty years in the business, she is still informing the public on a diverse level, from Gospel music to Jazz, Rap and Zydeco, just to mention a few. Later on, as a means of incorporating fashion into the publication, the ‘Runway Fashion Source’ was introduced. This platform provides recognition to the up-and-comers in the industry, putting focus on the designers and models in a way that gains them more opportunity to move forward on their quest on a national and international level. Carolyn Baker, in 2020, decided to add the custom cars and bike platform with ‘Ride or Die Custom Automobiles and Bikes’. This had always been a passion of hers while growing up with eight brothers who were very involved in working on cars of all fashions. It was a joy for her later in life to spend time admiring the customs out there at various cars shows, and showing the readers that unique style of art. Plus, she enjoys driving high powered vehicles personally. There is so much involved in Jamsource Runway besides its media activity, such as supporting non-profit organizations and other businesses, locally, nationally and internationally, and helping others getting started with pursuing their dreams in the media industry as she once did many years ago. As the 20Th Anniversary is being celebrated, Ms. Baker feels like it was just yesterday when she started it all, and she looks forward to many more years of carrying on the trademark of Jamsource Runway, doing what has been part of her life 100%. A few people who need recognition for supporting JSRW. They are Cynthia Allen, President of Rose B. Johnson Colon Cancer Foundation, Lynette Reddix, No Sister Left Behind 501c, and Marcus Muhd of A Tone Productions.
JAMSOURCE™ / RUNWAY Fashion Magazine ©