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    Default Bounce TV joins Denver digital lineup

    From The Denver Post:


    Soul Train, now on digital subchannel Bounce TV

    How about a dose of “Soul Train” every weeknight at 8 p.m.? Bounce TV today joins the Denver subchannel lineup on KTFD Channel 14.2. KTFD, licensed to Boulder, is owned by Univision but managed by Entravision. To get the subchannel, viewers must rescan their TVs to receive the new D-TV station.

    Billed as the first broadcast TV network for African-Americans, Bounce TV launched locally through a cooperative deal with Univision. The distribution in Denver, San Francisco, Boston, Miami, Sacramento, Raleigh and Tampa alongside Univision stations brings the network’s coverage to 86% of African American television homes and 68% of the total U.S. including all of the top ten markets.
    Bounce TV targets African Americans ages 25-54 with a mix of theatrical motion pictures, live sports, original and off-net series, documentaries, specials and faith-based programs.


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