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TOTOWN RECORDS PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER

Malcolm W. Adams is the Founder, President & Executive Producer of Totown Communications Co., Ltd. of which Totown Records is the newest division. He resides in Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture in the center of the Japanese archipelago. Adams first came to Japan in 1976. In 1981 he served as a TV and radio correspondent for the Tokyo bureau of CBS NEWS. In 1984 he was recruited by Ted Turner to launch the CNN Network series "This Week In Japan" for the worldwide CNN Network from Tokyo. Four years later, Adams established Totown Communications Co., Ltd. with a dream of eventually starting the first Black owned record label in Japan. Thus, the name TOTOWN (for Motown of Tokyo) was born in anticipation of realizing this dream. Adams has had an illustrious career as a TV and Radio News correspondent, TV Producer/Director, Broadcast Journalist and Media Artist for more than thirty years.




Totown Records President Mal Adams on Europeon tour in 1974 seen here hanging out in Paris, France at the Eiffel Tower and on the Left Bank.

RELATED LINKS

TOTOWN HALL OF FAME PHOTO ALBUM
Return to the cover page of the Totown Hall of Fame Photo Album to view additional exciting pictures from the Totown archives
FOUNDER'S PAGE 2
More photos and news clips of Totown President and Founder Malcolm W. Adams

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