The DMV’s own Lip Nation Media

DPR Teens
Deanwood Broadcast Radio
Our brand new teen podcast called “The Afterschool Snack” where we teach them to positively feed their thoughts and express themselves. Make a donation to our efforts today

The Afterschool Snack podcast is a show that is created and produced by Department of Parks and Recreation youth participants, and their projects are done individually or in a group. We usually cover topics that are of interest to young audiences, including music, movies, TV shows, social media, sports, relationships, school, current events, mental health and other peer-related topics.

Our staff tees! We are awaiting funding for our youth and teen tees🙏🏽

This is a platform for young people to express themselves, share their perspectives on current issues, and connect with other like-minded individuals. They can also be educational, informative, and entertaining, providing insights into various topics and offering a unique perspective on the world.

Overall, our youth podcast is a creative and engaging way for young people to communicate and connect with their peers and the wider world.

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Our music director was the DJ for this city event
We attended Grammy’s On The Hill and Pharrell was the honored awardee for the night
Quinton Hill (DJ Q-Hill) @ OCTFME Studios

Mental Health

May 1 – August 1

Crime in the DMV

May 1 – August 1

Canva Scheduled Posts Training Video

Youth Employment & Resources

May 1 – August 1

“Lip Nation Media is a non-profit media organization. We provide workforce development skills to adults and the youth of the District of Columbia”

Our programming includes immersive curriculum that keeps the participant engaged and hands-on. We use app software such as Canva, WordPress, and Grammarly. Our course content is exclusively created by our owner and operator Ms Christina Tillman. She has invested much time and practice with these apps and software and has a love for teaching others great skills they can use for life. With the future of the next generation in our hands, we believe that with support, we can reach more youth and teach them strong employment skills in the media and technology field. We have been in-partnership with the District of Columbia Department of Employment Services for two years now and we are looking for ways to give the youth more resources and more opportunities. If you have absolutely any ideas please feel free to email us. We would love to collaborate.

The parts of this website that aren’t complete actually used to be. It was cleared for our new staff to present themselves in their new career-home. Please be patient with us while we train some of the best residents of the District to give you the local and celebrity news.