Black Family Channel Originals

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Black Family Channel was an American cable television network focused on family-friendly programs aimed at African-Americans, originally formed in 1998 as the MBC Network (Major Broadcasting Cable). At the time, it was the only wholly black-owned and operated network of its kind (BET was purchased by Viacom in 2001, and TV One was co-owned by Comcast until 2015). Unfortunately for them, the network failed to attract a sizable audience, and struggled to be carried on most cable providers. On April 24, 2007, it was announced the network would be shutting down on the 30th of that month, and that its programming and subscriber base would be sold to the Gospel Music Channel (now UP TV).

1st Logo (2004-2007)

Logo: On a white background, we see the Black Family Channel logo, which consists of a slanted set of two parentheses-esque shapes with the stacked text "Black Family Channel" inside it. Several multi-colored layers of the shapes fly onto the logo, before stopping and it turns into its standard yellow-orange color. A copyright stamp fades in below.

FX/SFX: The shapes flying in.

Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the show.

Availability: Extinct. It was seen on The Thousand Dollar Bee.

Editor's Note: TBA

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