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Black Music America Channel celebrate 28 years of broadcasting

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kim-and-pete-studioPete and Kim Rhodes owners of BMA channel 937 will host an anniversary and holiday celebration on Friday December 21, 2012, 4-7pm at The Dakota Jazz Club, 1010 Nicollet Mall in Minneapolis. The event celebrates their 28th year of broadcasting with music, food and gifts. Comcast the nation's largest cable operator, home internet service provider, and third largest home telephone service provider in the United States distributes the Black Music America Network in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. 

The BMA Channel is the Twin Cites first African American owned locally operated cable channel reaching households through Comcast digital cable service. BMA delivers cultural specific programming with Black music, videos, local and national news and original video features. Launched in 1984 as a cable music service to 25,000 homes, the channel now reaches over 500,000 cable households on Comcast Cable (channel 937).

Pete Rhodes founder of The BMA Network stated, “We thank Comcast Cable for their support of our channel. We are excited about hosting our first BMA Channel celebration at the Dakota Jazz Club and look forward to expanding our service to provide a platform for diversity in programming to be enjoyed by all communities”.

To RSVP contact: Lugenia Smith Program Coordinator at 612-341-2447.
 

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