Bounce TV Gaining Recognition with African American Households

Since launching in a handful of markets on Sept. 26, 2011, Bounce network is making national news – including the Washington Post:

Bounce TV is live or coming to more than two dozen cities including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, New Orleans and Washington D.C. Network executives said Bounce TV is in markets representing more than 70 percent of African American households. Network executives said the name comes from an expression in the African American community to “bounce on over” somewhere, meaning to move forward with energy and enthusiasm.

Energy and enthusiasm are definitely two words to describe this client!

 

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Comcast SportsNet’s Gregg Murphy Participating in Tour de Shore

This year even Philadelphia’s most noticeable faces are signing up for the grueling 65-mile bike ride to Atlantic city for charity.  He and his team has already raised $1,000 – the total goal being $325,000.  Have you contributed yet?  Read Gregg’s story in the Delaware County Daily Times.

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CNN Unveils Daniel Faulkner Story

The death of Daniel Faulkner brought despair to family and friends alike.  Unfortunately for those seeking justice, prosecutors dropped the death penalty for convicted shooter, Mumia Abu-Jamal. Watch as CNN gives you the exclusive story.

CNN Reports on Daniel Faulkner

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Cyclists “Tour de Shore” for Philly Police Charities

View more videos at: http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com.

Over 1,200 cyclists will come together on Sunday for the Irish Pub’s Tour de Shore, starting in Philly and ending in Atlantic City. The cyclists are raising money to support Philadelphia Police charities. NBC tells it all here:


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Standing Ovation Now Available on DVD

Here’s the TV spot running to promote the DVD release of a show that could launch teen careers.  We’re proud it captured so many audiences!

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