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A Juneteenth celebration wouldn’t be complete without music and TV One chose the historical weekend during Black music month to premiere the much-anticipated documentary, THE BEAT DON’T STOP, celebrating the DC birthed phenomenon go-go music.  Featuring a host of celebrities, artists, music historians and journalists, including Doug E. Fresh, band members from Junk Yard Band,…

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Tisha Campbell-Martin has eluded to being raped as a child by a close family friend before. But on TV One’s appropriately titled “Uncensored,” the House Party and “Martin” actress, delves into dark corners of her soul to unveil a traumatic episode that stole her innocence and childhood. “So it was a babysitter, someone very close…

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Malinda Williams (“Girlfriends’ Getaway” and “Soul Food”), and Tobias Truvillion (“Empire”), and MC Lyte (“Queen of the South”) star in TV One’s newest film “Loved to Death.” In TV One’s third installment of their “Love, Lies and Murder” movie series, Williams and Truvillion play a newly engaged couple whose romance is cut short when they…

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TV One continues its month of “Love Lies & Murder” movies with the film In Broad Daylight premiering Sunday, July 14 at 8 P.M. ET/7C, along with an encore presentation at 10 P.M. The original movie stars Shad “Bow Wow” Moss (“Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta”), Chyna Layne (“She’s Gotta Have It”), and Curtis Hamilton…

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Jasmine sanders, The DL Hughley Show, tv one, radio personality

Jasmine Sanders is a media maven known for her powerful voice, warm spirit and infectious personality. With years of experience under her belt, she has become a multi-media powerhouse, youth mentor and burgeoning author. She currently dominates the airwaves alongside comedian, actor and REACH Media syndicated radio host DL Hughley as co-host of the top-ranked,…

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cleo tv, television, media, women of color

Launched in January 2019, CLEO TV is a lifestyle and entertainment network targeting millennial and Gen X black women. Named for the Egyptian queen, CLEO TV will offer content that defies culturally demeaning stereotypes of women of color. The network promises a diverse offering of short-form and long-form content including travel, home design, cooking, talk shows, movies,…

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TV One senior vice president Lori Hall is helping to create a beautiful surge of momentum in which Black women are constructing their own narratives, crashing through glass ceilings and changing the landscape with their own unique flavoring. Connecting to other energetic tributaries of expression, TV One is creating a powerful current that is helping blast open…

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Young Black women are among the most influential yet most undervalued and underrepresented demographic in America, but soon they will have a television station devoted solely to their empowerment, edification and entertainment. In January 2019, TV One will launch Cleo TV, a new aspirational lifestyle and entertainment cable network designed to speak to millennial and…

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TV One is set to debut new episodes of its original, documentary series “Unsung Hollywood” and “Uncensored“ on Sunday, October 7. Kicking off at 9 p.m. ET  with never before told stories of the classic film The Best Man, the popular franchise “Unsung Hollywood” profiles influential Black celebrities in Hollywood.  “Uncensored,” which gives unprecedented access to your favorite personalities, follows at 10 p.m. ET, featuring…

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TV One’s new docu-series “We’re The Campbells” gives an intimate view into the lives of gospel entertainment icons Erica and Warryn Campbell as they “luh” God while balancing their marriage, family and careers. Thus far, viewers have watched them address issues such as body image and colorism. There are also moments when they reveal past struggles with…

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