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NEW YORK POST ANNOUNCES MULTI-PLATFORM PARTNERSHIP WITH JALEN ROSE

September 3, 2020 | The Rose Report

RENAISSANCE MAN CONTENT TO BE FEATURED ACROSS PRINT, DIGITAL, VIDEO AND PODCAST 
NEW YORK, NY (Date) — The New York Post announced today a new multi-platform partnership with Jalen Rose, media personality, New York Times best-selling author, philanthropist, NBA icon, and founder of the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy. The multi-platform content program, The Renaissance Man, will launch this fall and feature a weekly column, as well as a weekly video and podcast series hosted by Rose. 
The Renaissance Man will showcase Rose’s many talents, unique perspective and interests including sports, entertainment, fashion, education, entrepreneurship, technology, food, healthy living, travel, and more. Rose will share anecdotes and lessons learned throughout his NBA career and beyond, and will relate them to current events and themes. Bringing his varied interests to life, he will speak with celebrities, athletes, designers, business leaders, and more for the weekly series.
“Jalen is an extraordinary talent and we’re very excited to have him join our New York Post family,” said Sean Giancola, CEO and Publisher of The New York Post. “As an industry veteran and highly regarded influencer, Jalen will bring his experience and perspective …

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Detroit Free Press: Detroit Pistons’ Arn Tellem, wife donate $139K to Jalen Rose’s school to aid online learning

July 27, 2020 | Jalen Rose Leadership Academy Latest News Philanthropy

Thanks to a large contribution from Detroit Pistons vice chairman Arn Tellem and his wife, Nancy, a local school will receive brand new laptops entering the fall semester. 
The Tellem family donated $139,000 to the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy, the school announced Thursday. The money will be used to purchase a new laptop computer for every student, as the academy prepares for a school year that’ll be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. 

Detroit Pistons vice chairman Arn Tellem speaks at the new sports medicine center in the Henry Ford Detroit Pistons Performance Center, Sept. 18, 2019 in Detroit.
Detroit Pistons vice chairman Arn Tellem speaks at the new sports medicine center in the Henry Ford Detroit Pistons Performance Center, Sept. 18, 2019 in Detroit. (Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, Detroit Free Press)

According to a news release, the school will transition to a hybrid of online and face-to-face learning this school year. 
”Many of our families lacked the devices and internet connectivity that were needed for online instruction after the state ordered school buildings closed to prevent the spread …

The Detroit News: Pistons’ Arn Tellem, wife Nancy buy 400 laptops for Jalen Rose Academy students

| Jalen Rose Leadership Academy Latest News Philanthropy

Pistons vice chairman Arn Tellem is helping to bridge the digital divide for students at Jalen Rose Leadership Academy in Detroit.
Tellem and wife Nancy are donating $139,000 to the school to ensure that every student at the school will have a new laptop computer for the coming school year. That donation is expected to impact more than 400 students. In the midst of the pandemic, school districts are moving to all-virtual or hybrid models of learning for at least the fall semester, making having a computer is becoming more important than ever.

Arn TellemArn Tellem (Photo: John T. Greilick, The Detroit News)

The school, founded by Detroit native and former Michigan basketball star Jalen Rose, will begin its 10th year in the fall. The Tellem family’s donation continues the relationship between the Pistons, team owner Tom Gores and JRLA.

“Many of our families lacked the devices and internet connectivity that were needed for online instruction after the state ordered school buildings closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19,” Rose said in a statement. “What …