BMA Networks announced that its weekly local urban affairs program Urban Perspectives will feature Governor Mark Dayton discussing Minnesota’s growth and stand against disparities Sunday November 1st 5:30am on WCCO channel 4. Urban Perspectives is hosted by Pete Rhodes. The 30 minute program topics include the state’s economic development, jobs, education, healthcare, social justice, diversity and inclusion. Governor Dayton shares his stand and ideas for solutions to notable disparities. Urban Perspectives show is a 2015 regional EMMY nominated program produced by BMA Networks, a Twin Cities-based digital music, entertainment and production service for consumers of African American arts and culture, available through Comcast channel 937 in the Twin Cities and western Wisconsin area.
Urban Perspectives has been nominated for a Regional Emmy showcase “Amazing people, positive stories and opportunities” in the Twin Cities is distributed on WCCO TV Sunday mornings at 5:30am. The show spotlights an array of community leaders, organizations and local news makers in business, education, health and the arts. Urban Perspectives is rebroadcast on BMA Networks Channel 937 Sundays at 12 noon in Minneapolis and St. Paul and in the 13 surrounding counties on Comcast.
BMA Cable Networks launched in 1984 BMA Networks is a leading urban media program service. The networks provide multimedia content encompassing video, audio and enhanced graphics to consumers of urban music, arts and culture. BMA Networks a division of the Urban Mass Media Group is a certified MBE and the first African American owned and operated cable channel in the Twin Cities. The company also produces the annual Minnesota Black Music Awards.