New African American TV Network Launches on DirecTV
TV offerings are equally unique. For those who enjoy entertainment that reflects a historicity, PTVN offers Shadow Hills, a post-Buffalo Soldiers historical drama that, though fictional, is historically accurate and authentic. Viewers are encouraged to contact Dish Network and or Direct TV and ask them how to access Punch Television Network.
Online PR News – 15-May-2011 –Director of Communication
The question becomes, “How will Punch TV compete with BET and TV One, two well-established networks that specifically target African American consumers?” Joseph Collins, Punch Television Network’s Chief Executive Officer and “Entrepreneur of the Year” award winner, has an interesting answer to such a query. “We have submitted documents to Comcast and Dish Network to carry us on there systems which will expand our reach. And, as you know, BET targets the 18-30 year old demographic while TV One targets African Americans over the age of 30. “In contrast” Mr. Collins continues, “Punch TV Network” targets its audiences based upon psychographics and not merely demographics. As a family-based network, we offer programming for all ages. However, from a psychographic perspective, we offer programming that is designed to quench African American’s thirst for innovative programming.”
Punch TV is the only African American network that brings a roster that includes such a high percentage of new programming. Marketing research reveals that African Americans tend to be trendsetters in areas such as apparel, automobiles, and food. Punch TV has incorporated this pattern into its core programming. Our late night show, hosted by Damien Hall (who is currently with the new jack swing group Guy), is sure to quench your late night thirst. We have a complement of original talk shows, one of which stars veteran actress, singer, writer and producer, Sheryl Lee Ralph. Punch TV has selected as one of its anchor shows, “Get Thee Behind Me”, an original secular drama with faith-based messages that strategically integrates comedy. In addition, Punch TV has acquired rights to a never seen before documentary about the life and death of Michael Jackson-The King of Pop.
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