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The media industry is opening up a host of new networks and programs to entertain the black community, but if you still haven’t found one that you enjoy, try National Black Television (NBTV1.com) which boasts that it’s the world’s first 24/7 Internet television network.
Its slogan declares “TV that Cares!” With its recent launch the network says its online streaming content is dedicated to empowering African Americans. The network covers news, sports and information from the African American perspective. The network is based in Atlanta and has bureaus worldwide with a team of nearly 2,000 news professionals.
Founder, president and CEO Stanley Everage Jr., notes that NBTV1.com is a firm supporter of historically black colleges and universities as well as the advancement of young African Americans.
“NBTV is proud to showcase college life,” Everage said in a press statement. “To give young people a view of what life can be if they stay focused on their goals, and dreams.”
Its website allows members to chat while watching shows, share information with other members and upload videos online.
“We will never come off the air, brothers and sisters. We won’t stop,” Everage said. “I want the world, especially young people, to experience the influence and power of the leaders within the African-American community.”
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