Who is the Man Behind This Web….

Luis E Mejia

Producer, Writer & Director

A native of Bogotá, Colombia, Luis Mejia is President, Global TV Live, a Film, Multi-Media Production and PR company based in Miami, Florida and Bogota, Cololmbia.

Luis has extensive experience in magazine publishing and was Vice President, Communications for Americas Publishing Group. He worked as Director of Strategic Alliance/ Associate Editor for LatinCEO Magazine. www.latinceo.com and South Florida CEO www.southfloridaceo.com . He is also a consultant for Leaders Magazine. www.leadersmag.com

A humanitarian at heart, Luis is presently producing a Humanitarian Tour with the Kogi Indians and raising funds for a hospital in Santa Marta, Colombia. http://www.tribalink.org/news/Kogi_Tour.html

As an artist, Luis is an investor and producer with The Womb Internet Radio/TV www.thewomb.com , media properties include- Krib TV www.krib.tv , Mezz TV www.mezz.tv , & Womb Music www.wombmusic.com . We are Creation Stations in the forefront of the Digital Video-Music Revolution.

In 1998 Luis founded Tribal Ink News (TIN), a non-profit Internet-based news agency for Indigenous people and the environment. (http://www.tribalink.org) Tribal Ink News produces Documentaries, TV programs, media campaigns and Public Service Announcement (PSA). In September 2002 TIN was involved with the UN World Summit for Sustainable Development in South Africa promoting the Ubunto Village and one of the UN Wisdom Keepers, Dadi Janki of the Brahma Kumaris. http://www.bkwsu.com


Luis gained international recognition as a leader in saving the Miami Circle, an ancient archeological site in downtown Miami. His fight to save the Circle was featured in the Wall St Journal, the Miami Herald, CNN, all the local TV stations, and Internet Radio. Tribal Ink News was receiving 10,000 hits a day during the peak of the Miami Circle media frenzy. TIN has an office in Peru with Sacred Valley Productions http://www.sacredvalleyproductions.com

Luis has more than 25 years experience in the business world, as a journalist and public relations professional. He was communications manager for Motorola’s Latin America division in 2000 and was responsible for creating media campaigns, writing speeches for the CEO and Internet development.

He produced the 1st ever TV-multi-media internal communications program for Motorola’s employees in 15 countries. This program won 3 major industry awards for creativity, production and editing.

In 1995 Luis was hired by Ford Motor Company to work in Sao Paulo, Brazil as the Ford 2000 Communications Director for Latin America. In Brazil, Luis played a key role in promoting a $1million grant to Conservation International for preservation of the Amazon Rain Forest. He produced CEO Alex Trotman’s live satellite link up to Latin America and created internal communications campaigns for employees in Brazil.

After a successful campaign in Latin America, he was promoted to the International Public Affairs department at Ford’s WHQ in Detroit covering India, Japan, Australia and South America.

In 1993 Luis created Inner Voice Communications, Inc. (IVC), a full service communications and marketing company. IVC produced numerous events and specialized in the Hispanic Market.

He was named to the Who’s Who Worldwide of Business Leaders in 1995.


Luis brings creativity and professional execution for Events Productions, Media campaigns and multi-platform marketing. He was one of the key producers for the Hurricane Relief Concert and Celebrity Auction produced by Emilio Estefan, HBO and Comic Relief in 1993. These events raised over $ 2 million for the victims of Hurricane Andrew.

An accomplished writer, Luis has worked for Miami Magazine, Miami Business, Leaders Magazine in New York, Disco Show International, Entertainment News & Views, and has published articles in the Miami Herald,

Vista Magazine, The UN’s Global Visions Book, El Tiempo, Community Newspapers and numerous other publications.

In the early 90’s, Luis was on the Executive Committee of the International Co-Production Film Market and the Hispanic Media Conference produced by the City of Miami. He was responsible for awards given to the CEOs of FedEX and Procter & Gamble, as well as Latin celebrities, Lucia Mendez and Luca Bentivolgio.

As a strong environmentalist, Luis created the Earth Station Foundation in 1989. This eco-media organization produced 3 Earth Day concerts, PSA campaigns and awarded Emmanuel, a popular Mexican celebrity, with the Earth Station Humanitarian Award

Luis is a member of the Executive Council of Airline Ambassadors International, (http://www.airlineamb.org ) a humanitarian organization helping children in need. He is involved with numerous organizations including: the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, http://www.grammy.com, Miami Latin Film Festival http://www.hispanicfilm.com, Miami Int Film Festival http://www.miamifilmfestival.com, UN Forum On Indigenous Issues http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unpfii , Images and Voices of Hope http://www.ivofhope.org , Living Values, http://www.livingvalues.net , Artists 4 Mercy, www.artists4mercy.org and the One World Radio http://www.oneworld.net

Tribal Ink News, The Womb and Global TV Live

Based in Miami, Florida & Bogotá, Colombia

www.tribalink.org , www.thewomb.com www.globaltvlive.com




Strategic Alliances-

www.kesser.com , www.moonwaterpictures.com , www.drunvalo.net , www.primestream.net , www.eltiempo.com , www.elespectador.com , www.keybiscaynemag.com , www.planetapaz.org , www.pacifistassinfronteras.org , www.diamondimages.com , www.palabranet.net



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