April 2008
Advertising Age;2008 Cable Guide, Vol. 79, pC20
Trade Publication
The article presents a profile of the cable television channel Black Entertainment Television Network J (BET J). The focus of the programming which appears on BET J is described. BET J delivers music and lifestyle content to people of color in the U.S. and abroad, the article states. Also discussed is the manner in which BET J connects with its audience.


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