50th ‘Miss Black America Pageant’ Clears 80%

Sewee Entertainment has cleared the 50th Miss Black America Pageant in over 80% of the U.S., including primetime slots in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta and Detroit. Top stations for the 90-minute event include WPIX, KTLA, WGN, WPHL, WDCW, WDAF, KRIV-KTXH and WATL.

“I met the principals of the Miss Black America Pageant on the last day of NATPE last year,” said Sewee CEO Tim Voit. “I thought they had an untapped franchise, one that had not been in syndication since the late ’90s. I’m glad to facilitate the return to broadcast TV this February”.

The Miss Black America Pageant was started 50 years ago as a protest event in Atlantic City because the Miss America Pageant would not allow black contestants. It has encouraged and promoted young black women since its inception. Oprah Winfrey is a former contestant.

Season 2 For ‘Women On The Move’

Sewee also announced season two for its quarterly series Women on the Move.  The first-run show is cleared in over 80% of the U.S. including WABC, WCIU, WATL, WXYZ and WTVF. It’s produced by 3LF Entertainment.

Women on the Move profiles influential Women making a difference in their communities and around the world. It features women from the worlds of business, entertainment, philanthropy, medicine, sports and more.

BRAND CONNECTIONS

‘Andrew Young Presents’ Returns For Season 12

Top market renewals for Sewee’s quarterly Andrew Young Presents include Fox O&Os in New York (WNYW-WWOR), Chicago (WFLD-WPWR) and Philadelphia (WTXF) along with other major market stations including WSB Atlanta, WXYZ Detroit, KSTP Minneapolis, WFTV Orlando, WSOC Charlotte, WTVF Nashville and more.  The series also airs internationally in more than 175 countries. The first quarter episode is “History in Black and White.”

‘Classic Car Dream Cruise’

Sewee has cleared WXYZ Detroit’s annual summer automotive event, the Classic Car Dream Cruise, in over 80% of U.S. including WABC, KABC, WLS, WPVI, KGO and WSB.


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