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Monday, January 04, 2010

In The News:

Hate it or love it BET is making strides...

The Black Entertainment Television network (BET) has something to celebrate as 2009 marked it's best year ever.  The channel garnered the attention of 512,000 viewers and double digit gains in every quarter of 2009.  BET executives are charging the channel's aggressive change in programming as the reason for the unprecedented increase in viewership, a change that has landed BET in the top tier of cable networks among adults ages 18 to 49.

This year the channel won viewers over with original programs like Tiny and Toya (which ushered in more than 1.9 million viewers), Monica: Still Standing, The Monique Show, and Sunday Best.  Additionally BET signature specials including the 2009 BET Awards, The BET Honors, and the 2009 Soul Train Music Awards, also attracted viable viewer support.  In fact, according to the 2009 BET Awards was ranked the #1 Awards Show on cable television. 

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