NEW YORK (AP) - The Rev. Al Sharpton will host a weekly syndicated TV program focusing on education.
ESH Holdings, a new minority-owned multimedia company, says the half-hour news and information magazine, called "Education SuperHighway," will target parents, educators and students.
Hosted by the well-known civil rights leader, the show will provide a forum for discussing educational issues, with political, business and social leaders taking part.
"Education SuperHighway" will debut on Oct. 10 in more than 160 U.S. markets. It will be taped in New York and Los Angeles.