Brown Sugar, the popular subscription streaming service from Bounce, will feature both a curated collection and popular returning titles in honor of Women’s History Month this March.
Brown Sugar, the popular subscription video on demand service from Bounce, is honoring both Moms and the “Mother of Badass” – the legendary Pam Grier – in May.
Brown Sugar, the popular new subscription video-on-demand service from Bounce featuring the biggest collection of the baddest African-American movies of all-time, announced today its new titles for May 2018.
Legendary actress Pam Grier will host an evening of action-oriented, women-kicking-butt movies on Bounce Saturday, January 6th, 2018, in anticipation of the new motion picture Proud Mary, starring Taraji P. Henson.
WORLD Channel, the multiplatform channel bringing diversity to public media.
Brown Sugar, the popular subscription streaming service from Bounce, is celebrating Women’s History Month.
Bounce, the first-and-only over-the-air broadcast television network for African Americans, will honor Black History Month in February with a compelling programming tribute; highlights include:
Premium TV network, EPIX, will be celebrating and honoring Black History Month with a month-long programming tribute showcasing some of the most remarkable African-American stories.
TV One’s series Unsung Hollywood, which shines a spotlight on prominent African American stars from the world of film, television, comedy and sports, telling the stories that have rarely or never been told.
After supporting thousands of NYC-based artists and helping to reconnect New Yorkers with their communities through the power of the arts.
Mayor Bill de Blasio was joined by Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza, television host and author Rachael Ray, chef Tom Colicchio, and CEO of Hunger Free America Joel Berg today in fighting back against the Trump Administration’s proposed changes to SNAP.
Brown Sugar, a subscription-video-on-demand service operated by Bounce and featuring the biggest collection of the “baddest” African-American movies of all-time, is now available over the Internet on Comcast’s Xfinity X1.