Coming Soon: Bounce TV

Written by on September 19, 2011

Bounce TV is coming September 26th to a local channel near you. What is so good about Bounce TV you ask? Well it is the first over-the-air Black network. We have other channels catered to African-Americans, but none of them are free. And for the love of JJ Evans, I hope this network is the real deal and not some slapstick after school special.

Most likely I won’t have anything to worry about judging by it’s opening week line-up; A Raisin In The Sun, School Daze and The Wiz.

Beau Pillet says the station will feature hundreds of movies, shows, documentaries and inspirational faith-based programs.

“Along with a lot of sports, like the CIAA, the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, which is the oldest black athletic league in the nation,” Pillet said.

The network was founded by a group, including U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young and Martin Luther King III.

“I mean, it’s a unique network for the entire nation. It’s the first ever over the air broadcast television network programmed for African American audiences,” Pillet said.

As of now Bounce TV will be available in these markets.

State↓ Market↓ Station↓ Channel[10]↓ Owner↓
Alabama Birmingham WBRC 6.2 Raycom Media
Alabama Dothan WDFX-TV 34.2 Raycom Media
Alabama Huntsvile WAFF 48.3 Raycom Media
Alabama Mobile WFNA 55.2 LIN TV Corporation
Alabama Montgomery WSFA 12.3 Raycom Media
Arkansas Little Rock KARZ-TV 42.2 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
California Fresno KVHF-LD 4.2 Cocola Broadcasting
Connecticut Hartford WTNH 8.2 LIN TV Corporation
Florida Jacksonville WCWJ 17.2 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
Florida West Palm Beach WFLX 29.2 Raycom Media
Georgia Albany WALB 10.3 Raycom Media
Georgia Atlanta WATL[11] 36.3 Gannett Company
Georgia Augusta WFXG 54.3 Raycom Media
Georgia Columbus WTVM 9.2 Raycom Media
Georgia Savannah WTOC-TV 11.2 Raycom Media
Kansas Wichita KGPT-CA 49.1 Great Plains Television
Kentucky Louisville WAVE 3.3 Raycom Media
Illinois Chicago WWME-CA[12] 23.2 Weigel Broadcasting
Illinois Peoria WMBD-TV 31.2 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
Illinois Rockford WQRF-TV 39.2 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
Indiana Indianapolis WISH-TV 8.3 LIN TV Corporation
Louisiana Baton Rouge WAFB 9.2 Raycom Media
Louisiana Lake Charles KPLC 7.2 Raycom Media
Louisiana Monroe KARD 14.2 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
Louisiana Shreveport KSLA-TV 12.3 Raycom Media
Mississippi Biloxi WLOX 13.2 Raycom Media
Mississippi Jackson WLBT 3.2 Raycom Media
Mississippi Laurel/Hattiesburg WDAM-TV 7.3 Raycom Media
Missouri Kansas City KSMO-TV[13] 62.2 Meredith Corporation
Nevada Las Vegas KGNG-LD 47.3 King Kong Broadcasting
New York Rochester WROC-TV 8.2 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
North Carolina Charlotte WBTV 3.3 Raycom Media
North Carolina Greenville WYDO 14.2 Bonten Media
North Carolina Wilmington WECT 6.2 Raycom Media
Ohio Cincinnati WXIX 19.3 Raycom Media
Ohio Cleveland WUAB 43.3 Raycom Media
Ohio Columbus W23BZ-D 23.1 Guardian Television Network, Inc.
Ohio Dayton WBDT 26.2 LIN TV Corporation
Pennsylvania Philadelphia WMCN-TV[13] 44.2 Lenfest Broadcasting
South Carolina Charleston WCSC-TV 5.3 Raycom Media
South Carolina Columbia WIS 10.3 Raycom Media
South Carolina Myrtle Beach WMBF-TV 32.2 Raycom Media
Tennessee Memphis WMC-TV 5.2 Raycom Media
Texas Abilene KRBC-TV 9.2 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
Texas Beaumont KBTV-TV 4.2 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
Texas Houston KHOU 11.3 Belo Corporation
Texas Lubbock KAMC-TV 28.2 Mission Broadcasting Group
Texas San Angelo KSAN-TV 3.2 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
Texas Tyler/Lufkin KLTV
KTRE
7.4
9.3
Raycom Media
Texas Wichita Falls KJTL 18.2 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
Virginia Norfolk WVBT 43.2 LIN TV Corporation
Virginia Richmond WUPV 65.2 Raycom Media
Wisconsin Milwaukee WBME-TV[12] 49.3 Weigel Broadcasting

Reader's opinions
  1. Ali   On   September 26, 2011 at 11:54 am

    They did not need to do this. If the black community is whining about race equality than why do they need to have their own tv channel. Things were fine the way they were. With almost every household having satellite or cable, how many do you expect to watch this? How can we watch the really old movies that no other channel plays? If the black community wanted those shows, then THIStv could’ve had a whole week for them. Actually, I remember a whole week was devoted to Sidney Portier.

  2. Herb   On   October 9, 2011 at 3:55 pm

    The logo in the bottom middle screen is all to distracting. Logos and other icons totally ruin watching TV. Please, be more curtious to tv watchers and only have a short temporary (3 sec. max.) ID at the bottom if you must. In order to watch any TV I am constructing a black cardboard bottom on my nice tv to BLOCK this stupidity. I wish I could enjoy your broadcast and will check next week hoping for a clean screen. Thank you.

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