Network Aimed At Black Audience Announced For Fall

By Errin Haines, Associated Press ATLANTA – The country’s first broadcast network aimed at African-American audiences is set to debut this fall with free movies, sports and documentaries. Atlanta-based Bounce TV will be an over-the-air channel supported by sponsors, showing programs for blacks ages 25 to 54. It is designed to be carried on the […]

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NY Trial Opens For Accused Stalker Of TV Actress

By TOM HAYS, Associated Press NEW YORK – A fan of ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent‘ relentlessly harassed one of the television show’s stars, approaching her on filming locations and composing creepy missives about her on the Internet, a federal prosecutor said Tuesday in opening statements at his trial. Charles Nagel of Philadelphia is charged […]

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Oprah Winfrey Settles Headmisstress’ U.S. Lawsuit

By MARYCLAIRE DALE Associated Press Writer PHILADELPHIA — Oprah Winfrey has settled a defamation lawsuit filed by a headmistress she had accused of performing poorly at her South African girls school, where some students claimed they were abused, lawyers said Tuesday. The lawsuit by former headmistress Nomvuyo Mzamane claimed Winfrey defamed her in remarks made […]

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McNabb, T.O. Teaming Up Again – For TV Show

By ROB MAADDI AP Sports Writer PHILADELPHIA — Donovan McNabb will be throwing passes to Terrell Owens again. McNabb and Owens are teaming up on a basketball court instead of a football field in the new season of Spike TV’s ‘Pros vs. Joes.’ The episode features NFL players that played college basketball against former NBA […]

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