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WDAM adds Bounce TV to its over-the-air lineup

See Bounce's lineup here: www.bouncetv.com

This January, WDAM premieres Bounce TV on our third over-the-air broadcast multi-channel , WDAM 7.3. Bounce TV is a new TV network…bringing positive, uplifting programming designed to relate with African American adults 25 to 54.

Research shows that the $14 million African American households watch more TV than any other demographic. When there are more than 100 mainstream cable channels and almost 80 networks catering to Hispanics, they're only three networks serving the larger African American demo. Many that don't subscribe to satellite or cable have no access to a black network. WDAM‘s Bounce TV will help meet that need.

Bounce TV's programming schedule strives to entertain. Research tells us Bounce viewers will love the movies. Bounce will be the source for black films...and black stars. No one else will offer this volume of African American-centric movie titles…including films like Ray, the Nutty Professor, Reign Over Me, The Wiz, Do the Right Thing, The Express, Major Payne and Ali.

Key syndicated series like Judge Hatchett and Soul Train will also compliment Bounce's theatrical feature films. ...and then there's sports. Bounce TV is building an impressive schedule of HBCU events, a new platform for passionate fans to watch black college athletics they can't see anywhere else.

WDAM TV 7.1, This TV 7.2 and now, Bounce TV 7.3 round out WDAM's over-the-air broadcast multichannel family.

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