The Black News Channel Adds BNC Now To Its Daily Line Up

Media Advisory

Date: May 11, 2020
Contact: Tommy Ross, Communications Director (850) 404-4091 tross@blacknewschannel.com 

Tallahassee, Florida-The Black News Channel (BNC), the nation’s only culturally specific news channel that reflects the diverse views of the Black community, will add BNC Now to its line up beginning May 11, 2020 at 4pm EST. BNC Now is a fresh new one hour daily show that provides the latest insights on today’s trending topics. Co-hosts Laverne McGee and Anthony Amey will engage viewers through lively, energetic discussions about everything from the day’s top news stories, sports, finance, fitness and how to enjoy your free time. Contributor Brittany Lockley joins the team to add her expertise in meteorology, and also cover pop culture and all things millennial.

WHO:  Co-hosts Laverne McGee and Anthony Amey, along with Contributor Brittany Lockley
WHEN:  Monday, May 11, 2020
TIME:   4pm EST
BNC can also be found on Spectrum Cable, Xfinity, and The Roku Channel. For more information about programming and upcoming announcements about viewing options to find BNC, please visit www.blacknewschannel.com and follow the Black News Channel on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

About BNC

Black News Channel is an independent network that is minority owned and operated, and the nation’s only provider of 24/7 cable news programming dedicated to covering the unique perspective of African American communities. BNC provides access to information and educational programming to meet the specific needs of this growing and dynamic community that is a major consumer of subscription television services. BNC provides an authentic, new voice that represents African Americans in mainstream media and fosters political, economic, and social discourse; the network is one voice representing the many voices of African Americans. BNC’s programming illuminates truth about the unique challenges facing urban communities and helps close the “image gap” that exists today between the negative black stereotypes perpetuated by mainstream media news and our enterprising African American communities.