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BET Networks Will Air McDonald's 365Black Awards On September 1st & Honors Toni Braxton

BET Networks will air McDonald’s 13th annual 365Black Awards on September 1st. This is a star-studded event in honor of Grammy Award-winning artist Toni Braxton, NFL cornerback Charles “Peanut” Tillman, award-winning actress Wendy Raquel Robinson, educator/historian Lonnie Bunch and many more for making positive changes in their communities. 170 more words

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Viacom Launches BET Online-Subscription Service Outside U.S., Italy, France and Africa

Viacom is launching BET Play, a $4-per-month subscription service with programming from the African-American entertainment cable channel, in about 100 countries — but not in the U.S. 444 more words

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BET Networks Premieres Two New Series 'Music Moguls' and 'F In Fabulous

BET Networks announces the summer premiere of two new series, Music Moguls and F in Fabulous.

‘Music Moguls’ stars rapper and Cash Money CEO… 664 more words

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Grammy Winning Solo Artist Erica Campbell Scores BET Nomination for Dr. Bobby Jones Best Gospel/Inspirational Award at the 2016 BET AWARDS

According to the bellereport.com

Grammy Winning Solo Artist Erica Campbell Scores

BET Nomination for Dr. Bobby Jones

Best Gospel/Inspirational Award at the 2016 BET AWARDS… 257 more words

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3 Reasons Why Debra Lee Joining Twitter's Board Of Directors Is A Big Deal

Yesterday, Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey announced that chairwoman and CEO of BET Networks Debra Lee would be joining the company’s board of directors:

Welcome @IamDebraLee…

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Gary Owen, D.L. Hughley, Charlie Murphy Part Of New BET Shows Lineup [VIDEO]

NEW YORK (AP) — George Lopez, D.L. Hughley, Cedric the Entertainer, Eddie Griffin and Charlie Murphy will be making a series for the BET Network on the behind-the-scenes world of a comedy tour. 117 more words

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BET Orders John Singleton's 'Rebel,' Dramedy 'Benched,' Music Drama 'Tales' in Scripted Push

BET Networks is loading up its 2016-17 slate with series and telepics that reflect an earthy view of African-American life, including a detective drama from John Singleton, a soap set in the world of Historically Black Colleges and Universities and a dramedy revolving around a criminal courts judge. 540 more words

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