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BET comes to Duluth cable TV

Charter Communications, Inc. a Wired World Company, along with the NAACP, Duluth Branch, announced the arrival of Black Entertainment Television (BET) on Wednesday, Nov. 1. The event took place at 4 p.m. at St. Mark African Methodist Episcopal Ch...

Charter Communications, Inc. a Wired World Company, along with the NAACP, Duluth Branch, announced the arrival of Black Entertainment Television (BET) on Wednesday, Nov. 1. The event took place at 4 p.m. at St. Mark African Methodist Episcopal Church.
"Charter Communications is proud to bring Black Entertainment Television (BET) to the Twin Ports. We look forward to celebrating this moment with members of the community and representatives from the NAACP and Black Entertainment Television," said Kevin Lloyd, general manager, Charter Communications.
Claudie Washington, president, NAACP, Duluth Branch, said, "This is a milestone for Duluth-Superior. Charter Communications has shown its commitment to our community, and in particular, the minority population by realizing the importance of diverse programming."
For more information on this event or BET programming, please contact Melissa Kadlec at 529-8060.

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