Master P, who officially changed his name last week to P. Miller because Master P is who I used to be…and P. Miller marks my manhood is now on the quest for better tv, moreover Better Black Television.

P. Miller announced that he is Chairman & CEO of a family friendly network that will be based out of California, New York, Louisiana, and Florida. The network’s Advisory Board has an impressive list of members that include the likes of Denzel Washington, Will Smith, NAACP Executive Director Vicangelo Bullock as well as other notables from the sports and entertainment industries.

The network, Better Black Television (BBTV), will provide positive content that appeals to all races with a goal of bringing people of color a choice when watching television.

According to a statement the content on the channel will contain a wide arrangement from health and fitness, animation, financial planning, reality TV, sitcoms, dramas, movies, responsible hip-hop music and videos, politics, sports and entertainment news, educational children’s shows as well as teen and family programming. “Better Black Television has been a vision of mine for some years,” said Miller, who assumes the position of the channel’s Chairman & CEO. “I’ve done a lot to promote and change the way messages are relayed to our children and our families over the last few years.”

“Promoting positive content and positive messages is so important to educate and preserve the next generation,” he continued. “Being exposed to positive content is what changed my life. I believe that there is a market in our community for a new diverse network that provides a new brand of superior programming that caters to all aspects of television from reality to original programming.”

Sounds very interesting. Could this be the future of better black television programming? I will certainly be tuned in to BBTV to see what the new P. Miller and his counter-parts have to offer. Will you? (Source) (Photo Source)
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