Black History Month may fall on the shortest month of the year, but network and cable television stations have jumped on board to celebrate our rich history. PBS, for example, will highlight the achievements and triumphs of African-Americans with five new documentaries.
“Our Black History Month lineup delves deep into the stories of notable people and historical topics in a way that’s uniquely PBS,” says Donald Thoms, Vice President, Programming and Talent Management. “We feature the work of diverse and independent producers, which remains a staple of our content offerings year round, and I think our viewers will enjoy and even find a little inspiration from our content this year.”
VH1 will also kick off their celebration of Black History Month with “Finding The Funk” (narrated by Questlove) and the NAACP Image Awards is back on a brand new network (TVOne), to give tribute to the best and brightest in…
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