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(Carolina Peacemaker) — Developing a network can be hard work and it may be even harder when there are few of its kind on the market, but either way it doesn’t mean it is not achievable. Back in January the first African American television network in the North Carolina Region made a home in a quaint building off of South Eugene Street. Both Michael and Ramona Woods constructed their ideas into reality and thus formed Black Network Television (BNT). The newly developed station’s purpose is to be the voice of the community and the station’s destiny is “to serve as a catalyst of change and project a positive image within the community,” shared marketing representative Kathy Boone.