Robert Johnson, Tracey Edmonds to Launch New Faith-Based YouTube Channel

Alright TV promises to empower and entertain family audiences.

BET founder Robert Johnson is venturing into digital media. The network veteran, who founded BET over 32 years ago, has tapped Tracey Edmonds to lead his faith-based YouTube channel, Alright TV.
According to Edmonds, “Alright TV will offer first rate buzz-worthy content in the areas of comedy, reality, self-help, music, and talk that promises to empower and entertain family audiences of all ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds.”
“Bob and I are very excited to move forward with our vision to commitment to provide quality entertainment into the digital arena. I am delighted to work with Bob and YouTube in this innovative relationship.” 
Stay tuned for an official launch date. always gives you the latest fashion and beauty trends, tips and news. We are committed to bringing you the best of Black lifestyle and celebrity culture.

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