What About Me is a riveting look into the experience of African American Men and their history in America. Black men and boys have endured extreme racism and prejudice in every aspect of their lives from, economics, jobs, politics and even social existence to this very day. Yet, we are still succeeding. However, the struggle continues and our stories, emotions and traumas need to be explored, heard and discussed.
About The nation’s fastest growing news network
Black News Channel is the nation’s fastest growing news network and the only provider of 24/7 multiplatform programming dedicated to covering the unique perspectives, challenges and successes of Black and Brown communities.
For far too long, people of color have been overlooked and underserved by the news media. BNC is committed to building bridges of understanding through inclusion and equality with balanced and thoughtful coverage that illuminates and celebrates people of color.
BNC provides an unbiased and unapologetic presentation of the nation’s top stories, as well as culturally specific content that is not presented anywhere else. BNC’s programming features exclusive interviews, expert commentary, insightful debates and in-depth analysis from leading Black voices.
From award-winning journalists and the industry’s rising stars, BNC provides an unprecedented platform to unpack and examine the prominent role that race is playing within this crucial period of history.
BNC places correspondents and boots on the ground in diverse communities from coast to coast that deliver eyewitness accounts and reporting on stories and issues that are central to the Black and Brown experience.
Together, BNC and BNC GO can be accessed through more than 250 million distribution points via agreements in place with most major cable and satellite providers, OTT platforms and internet-connected devices.
Collectively, we are committed to inform, entertain and educate all those who search for knowledge, understanding and empowerment. We speak for a community who will finally see their stories portrayed in the media every day— told by journalists who look like and understand them. The audience will finally see its reflection rather than its projection.
Using truth as our guiding principle, we don’t just capture the news—we set it free.