The multicast network of NBC affiliates across the country is adding African American programming to five additional markets by way of Black Enterprise Business Report. Black Enterprise magazine, which has published for more that 40 years, is expanding its brand reach via television and digital.
The new market clearances added via the NBC Nonstop Network include KNSD-DT in San Diego; KNTV-DT in San Francisco; KXAS-DT in Dallas-Fort Worth; WNBC-DT in New York; and WTVJ-DT in Miami. Black Enterprise Business Report already airs on NBC’s Nonstop Network in the Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. markets.
“The addition of Black Enterprise Business Report to our Nonstop line-up is an exciting opportunity to expand the offerings we provide and connect with more viewers in our markets,” said Meredith McGinn, VP/Local Programming for NBC Owned Stations. “We are excited to enhance our line-up with such an interesting program.”
Now reaching 99% of U.S. black households airing in 210 total cable network markets and on 64 broadcast stations nationwide, Black Enterprise Business Report, hosted by Caroline Clarke, stands as the only business news and executive lifestyle program to highlight successful African Americans.
Launched in 2003 by New Millennium Media Partners, L.L.C., Black Enterprise Business Report is a joint venture between Chicago-based Central City Productions and Earl G. Graves Ltd, parent company of Black Enterprise Magazine. In addition, New Millennium also produces Our World with Black Enterprise, a half-hour nationally syndicated program focused on African American entertainment and urban lifestyle.