Here's How TV News Is Honoring Juneteenth – Adweek

By A.J. Katz 
Juneteenth is a relatively new federal holiday that marks the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States.
TV news outlets are commemorating the historic day by producing and broadcasting special programming dedicated to the Black experience.
Here’s what each network has in store for Juneteenth 2023 Monday, June 19.
ABC News:
CBS News:
“CBS News will illuminate the significance of Juneteenth and tell stories that weave together the threads of African American history and resilience,” said Alvin Patrick, executive producer of the CBS News Race & Culture Unit and head of streaming originals. “Our in-depth coverage and feature reporting across the division will examine the struggles, triumphs, and aspirations of generations of Black people in the past, present and future.”
BET Media:
NBCU News Group:
PBS NewsHour:

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