“ASPiRE” is Magic Johnson’s new network distributed via Comcast, FAVE TV and Time Warner Cable. The 24-hour basic cable television networks targets African American viewers with uplifting images and shows, inclusive of the arts, faith-based programming, comedy, film and much more. ASPiRE is a vehicle to showcase positive images of African Americans with stories written, produced and directed by Blacks.
With the mantra, ‘Difference Starts Now’ Magic Johnson’s ASPiRE TV programming is well in swing and Chicagoan, Deanna Kimberly Burrell, author of Single Girl Summer, is currently featured in the on-air and online vignette series.
NBA legend and business mogul Earvin “Magic” Johnson, multi-Grammy Award-winning musician, actor and philanthropist Common, and Black Entertainment Television (BET) chairman and CEO Debra Lee join forces with Coca-Cola this...
The feeling of lonely causes a disturbance in the mental psyche and begins to paralyze one’s ability to navigate in the outside world and even understand one’s self. But what’s unknown at times is that cause of...
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