What is Disability Media Network?
Disability Media Network is a TV channel that features news, entertainment, and lifestyle programming in the form of TV series and documentaries created and/or including individuals with disabilities. Disability Media Network is a channel that provides programming with authentic representation and groundbreaking reporting of issues specific to the disability community. Through Disability Media Network, disabled filmmakers and crew members are provided a platform to display their work and tell their stories their way.
Founder & CEO
Jennifer Price is the founder and CEO of Disability Media Network. She is a special education and disability rights attorney, whose practice was based in the Pittsburgh metro area. Prior to founding DiMe Network, Jennifer had over 10 years of experience advocating for victims’ rights as a prosecutor and the rights of people with disabilities. Jennifer is the author of the book, EmpowerEd: Using Real Case Examples to Look Deeper into IEP Management, a book for parents of children with disabilities that explains court cases, while allowing readers to answer questions and take notes. She is a frequent legal commentator on regional talk shows and national speaker addressing children with disabilities and the school-to-prison pipeline. Jennifer is an active member of her community, where she serves on the boards of the Murrysville Community Library Foundation, Girl Scouts of Western Pennsylvania, and East Suburban Citizens Advocacy. Jennifer received her B.S. degree in Business Administration from Fayetteville State University, an HBCU in her hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina. Afterward, Jennifer graduated from Hamline University School of Law (renamed Mitchell Hamline School of Law) in St. Paul, Minnesota.