The Black News Channel and BNC 24/7 Cover Republican Party National Convention

Media Advisory

Date: August 24 2020
Contact: Tommy Ross, Communications Director (850) 404-4091 tross@blacknewschannel.com

The Black News Channel and BNC 24/7 Cover Republican Party National Convention

Tallahassee, Florida-Viewers of the Black News Channel, the nation’s only culturally specific news channel that reflects the diverse views of the Black community, can watch this week’s virtual Republican Party National Convention (RNC) on the Black News Channel and stream coverage on BNC 24/7. This year’s RNC will be held in Charlotte, North Carolina and various remote locations. President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will accept the Republican Party nomination for reelection in this year’s November 3, 2020 national election.
WHAT:  The Republican Party National Convention
WHERE:  BNC, BNC 24/7 and other various special and breaking news programming
WHEN:  August 24 – 27, 2020
TIME:  Morning, Afternoon, and Prime News Coverage
The Black News Channel can be found on Spectrum Cable and Xfinity X-1. BNC 24/7 can be streamed on Roku, Xumo, Select TV, TikiLIVE, Redbox, Amazon Fire TV, and Tivo+.
Please visit www.blacknewschannel.com for more information and follow the Black News Channel on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

About BNC

Black News Channel is an independent network that is minority owned and operated, and the nation’s only provider of 24/7 cable news programming dedicated to covering the unique perspective of African American communities. BNC provides access to information and educational programming to meet the specific needs of this growing and dynamic community that is a major consumer of subscription television services. BNC provides an authentic, new voice that represents African Americans in mainstream media and fosters political, economic, and social discourse; the network is one voice representing the many voices of African Americans. BNC’s programming illuminates truth about the unique challenges facing urban communities and helps close the “image gap” that exists today between the negative black stereotypes perpetuated by mainstream media news and our enterprising African American communities.