TELEVISION HISTORY CREATES

Preserving The Rich Cultural Heritage of Black People Around The World

BLACK HISTORY TELEVISION

BLACK HISTORY TELEVISION

Black History Television is a showcase of Black excellence. A one-of-a-kind streaming television network created by award-winning husband and wife team Darryl and Renée Pugh. Original content like you've never seen before. Over 10 terabytes (900 hours) of reality black television created over a 40 year period across time. Sign Up for a FREE 7-day trial below.

BLACK ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION

BLACK ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION

Black Entertainment Television showcases some of the most iconic black voices in entertainment, music, television, film, stage, art, and sports. See exclusive interviews with 1st black billionaire and founder of BET Bob Johnson, Michael V. Roberts, George Fraser, Cathy Hughes, and many more. Join The Community Today!

OUR CHANNELS

History, Business, Entertainment & Politics

BLACK HISTORY TELEVISION

BLACK HISTORY TELEVISION

A Showcase of Black Excellence

The Black History Television app represents the lifelong works of the award-winning husband and wife production team, Darryl Edric Pugh, Sr., and Renée W. Pugh. Since 1982, they have created over 10 terabytes (900 hours) of rare, never-before-seen black reality television history.

BLACK BUSINESS TELEVISION

BLACK BUSINESS TELEVISION

Interviews With Some of theTop Minds in Black Business

Get inside the minds and thinking of such black business giants as Bob Johnson, Russell Simmons, Kevin Liles, Andre Harrell, Cathy Hughes, Alfred Liggins, and many others.

BLACK ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION

BLACK ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION

Preserving The Most Iconic Voices in the Black Community

Black Entertainment Television is a unique television experience. Our exclusive behind-the-scenes footage is one-of-a-kind. A combination of education and entertainment. You'll see black stories from Africa, the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Haiti, and other locations. 

BLACK POLITICS TELEVISION

BLACK POLITICS TELEVISION

Sometimes The Truth Hurts!

The streaming television channel that gives it to you straight with no chaser. There must be truth and integrity in the telling of our stories. Over the years, our cameras have taken us into some exclusive places with celebrity voices.

FUNDING SCHOLARSHIPS AT HBCUs

$1 of Monthly Memberships Fund HBCU Scholarships

OUR STUDIOS

OUR STUDIOS

A Hollywood, California Based Production Studio

We create some of the most unique content that focuses on the positive contributions of black people throughout the history of America and the world.

PRESERVING ICONIC HISTORICAL VOICES

PRESERVING ICONIC HISTORICAL VOICES

A Living Memoir Of Black Excellence

As a subscriber to the Black History Television app, you will be helping to preserve some of the most iconic voices in the African diaspora. 

JUST TWO PEOPLE PRODUCTIONS

Celebrating 43 Years of Marriage and 40 Years Documenting Black Lives

FOUNDERS

FOUNDERS

Darryl Edric Pugh, Sr. & Renée W. Pugh

Founders of the Black History Television app. Since 1982, they have created over 900 hours of rare black historical content. Sign up below to gain instant access to this vast and growing library of original content.

INFORMATION IS POWER

INFORMATION IS POWER

Gain instant access to some of the most brilliant minds in business, entertainment, education, politics, sports, and more. Sign Up Below!

WINNERS OF THE COMCAST CAMEO AWARD

WINNERS OF THE COMCAST CAMEO AWARD

In 1996, Darryl and  Renée Pugh were awarded the Comcast Cameo Award for Best Arts & Culture Programming for the documentary "It Takes A Village - The Sparrow Point Story". Available exclusively on Black History Television. Join The Movement Below!

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