1st broadcast TV network in US aimed at blacks to debut this fall

Apr 6, 2011 Full story: Madison Publishing

Martin Luther King III and civil rights icon Andrew Young are among the founders of a television network aimed at African-Americans set to launch this fall.

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#2 Apr 6, 2011
Of goody, now we'll to be able to see Amos and Andy,, Pigmeat Markham,Buckwheat, and Mantan Moreland!
Mack

Altadena, CA

#3 Apr 6, 2011
Hopefully there will not be the same buffoonery as BET! I hope there will be different viewpoints and not the same old Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton type opinions.
Shel6333

Englewood, CO

#4 Apr 6, 2011
Dissident wrote:
Of goody, now we'll to be able to see Amos and Andy,, Pigmeat Markham,Buckwheat, and Mantan Moreland!
Maybe, this station will provide comic relief, like My name is Earl, Rosanne and the Beverly Hill Billys....The progams that best capture the reality of your life...

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