New African-American TV network launches

September 2011
New York Amsterdam News;9/22/2011, Vol. 102 Issue 38, p20
The article reports on the launch of Bounce TV, a television network for African Americans in the U.S., on September 26, 2011 with a special presentation of the film "The Wiz," starring Diana Ross and Michael Jackson.


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