Sunday, February 24, 2008

New Free Black Social Media Sharing Channel

The African American Digital Library (A.A.D. L.) launched its Free Social Media Digital Sharing Channel on Black Interactive Television,

The A.A.D.L was designed to connect with Black students and consumers of all ages by celebrating Black History every day. You know we only have one month to celebrate blackness. Dozens of Historically Black Colleges and Universities have agreed to become content partners on the A.A.D.L. Below is a little about Black Interactive TV.

About Black Interactive TV
Founded in 2007, Black Interactive TV ( / is an online video broadcast network optimized to become the premier online video sharing and social media site in the world for African Americans of all ages. Black Interactive TV is committed to delivering compelling video content that informs, educates, entertains, provides varying black perspectives and information relevant to Black culture and history in America.

Leon Burnette
Black Interactive Television


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