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The Black News Channel Brings Voices of the Black Community to the Forefront in Its Coverage of the Historic Vice Presidential Debate
Tallahassee, Florida – October 5, 2020, The Black News Channel (BNC), the nation’s only 24/7 culturally specific news network that reflects the Black community’s diverse viewpoints, continues its reporting on the Presidential and Vice Presidential elections with its coverage on October 7, 2020, of the debate between Republican incumbent Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic challenger U.S. Senator Kamala Harris. Click here for promo The debate is scheduled for 9:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. EST, followed by a post-debate discussion from 10:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. EST. Viewers are then encouraged to come to BNC for daily election countdown coverage leading up to the November 3rd election.
“After a raucous first debate between President Donald Trump and challenger former Vice President Joe Biden, and after news of the President’s being tested positive for COVID-19, all eyes will be on this debate,” said BNC President/CEO Princell Hair, “ And we anticipate our viewers will also want to see a more substantive discussion between the Vice Presidential contenders on the issues that affect them and their communities,” said BNC President/CEO, Princell Hair.
The Black News Channel continues to be a trusted and informative news source that will continue to shed light on the vast issues that impact the Black community during this critical time in America. BNC’s coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic, national economic uncertainty, and social justice issues has provided the kind of valuable and useful insights rarely found in other news outlets. BNC’s My Vote 2020 reporting provided in-depth commentary and analysis of both the Democratic and Republican campaigns. The perspective offered by BNC’s award-winning journalists provided much-needed representation of the Black community’s multi-faceted views. For more information Click here.
The debate, scheduled to take place at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, will be moderated by Washington Bureau Chief of USA Today, Susan Page. The issue of law and order, the coronavirus pandemic, and the overall integrity of the election are critical debate areas that profoundly impact Black America. BNC will analyze responses from both sides along with the stylistic matchup between Republican incumbent Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic challenger U.S. Senator Kamala Harris–who’s vastly different narratives, styles, and backgrounds will dive deep into the heart of what truly makes America great.
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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.