Black News Channel (BNC) launches early next year. Thanks to the combined efforts of T.V. Executive Bob Brillante and the J. C. Watts, a former Oklahoma Congressman.
Black News Channel To Broadcast News Related To The African American Community
Finally, a 24-hour news cycle exclusively addressing the concerns of the African American community. Get ready for a brand new experience.
Preparing for this day for over a decade, it’s finally coming into fruition. After a delay, the BNC is scheduled to go on air starting January 6th of 2020, potentially reaching more than 33 million homes.
According to their network, the BNC‘s purpose is –
“to be a news organization that gives voice to the varied experiences, issues, points-of-view and priorities that matter to African Americans. BNC will not just tell a story, but the network will tell the entire story. The network will empower the black community and address the issues of the day in a way that is fresh, bright, and complete. BNC will offer real, responsive, reliable and relevant news coverage by and for African Americans.”
Comcast, Charter and Dish Network all have deals with the BNC, For starters, those in Atlanta, New York and Los Angeles will be the first to experience the new network, as reported by the Source.
Listen to J. C. Watts and Jacksonville Jaguars owner, Shadid Khan speak about the expected launch.
Set to be the head news anchors are CNN anchor Fred Hickman, Emmy Award-winning journalists Laverne McGee and Anthony Amey.
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