Resource for news, career, entertainment, and lifestyle information for the African American community. [Description from dmoz]
This company broadcasts an urban vibe all across the nation. BET Holdings operates several cable outlets targeting African-American audiences under the BET Networks banner. Its flagship BET (Black Entertainment Television) reaches more than 85 million US homes with a mix of entertainment, music, and news programming, including reality show College Hill, music video show 106 & Park, and current events show Meet the Faith. Other channels include BET Gospel, BET Hip Hop, and BET J (jazz and R&B programming). In addition to television, BET Holdings produces live events, radio programming, and operates Internet destinations (BET Digital Media). The company has been a unit of media giant Viacom since 2001. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 192K U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor reads starpulse.com.
Audience Also Likes
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