Black entertainers have the resources to say fuck Hollywood, group up on their own, and create their on shit.
However, there are forces at play we can't ignore. Dave Chapelle didn't just run to Africa for no reason. Kool Moe Dee and Arsenio dealt with the same beast and got their shows canceled. Sam Greenlee, the Feds personally took to the movie theaters to stop his movie from showing. The raids on Suge, J.Prince, and Dame when they tried to get a black distribution company going. There's an evil out there ready to stop us if need be even when we do try to go against the grain. Bill and his rape cases. The Hip-hop police being a joint effort of multiple government agencies. The original owner of BET, allegedly, being forced to sell it or else. And I can't even fathom what role black secret societies play in all this.
To rival this system is going to take a kind of unity that black entertainers have not been forced into yet. Despite having the means, they don't have the sense of urgency. It won't be till Diddy is getting shot at by the cops just like I might be tomorrow.
As long as they remain disconnected(thinking they can't get affected cause they're getting money), taking charge and just creating media for them/ourselves.... I don't see it happening anytime soon. No matter how much sense it makes to us.
I also think the whole "It's about money, not race" idea is right and wrong at the same time. IMO, it's about both. And keeping both on the side that whites want it to be. So much so to the point of delusional. As Exodus has recently shown us.