Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
In addition to releasing its celebrity-filled video from the Barclays Center Opening, What’s The 411 TV today announced features of its Fall 2012 schedule for What’s The 411, its flagship weekly half-hour television show.
Viewers of What’s The 411’s programming can expect to see celebrity interviews with: Entrepreneur and NBA Legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson; actress Amber Riley (Glee); Carly Rae Jepsen (pop recording artist); Mindless Behavior (pop recording artist); Tennis Champion Billie Jean King; Allan Houston, Assistant General Manager, NY Knicks; Jay Sugarman, Founder, Jay and Kelly Sugarman Foundation; Toure, journalist and author; legendary WNBC-TV News Anchor Sue Simmons; American boxing champions Bernard Hopkins and Zabdiel “Zab” Judah; attorney Star Jones; Tyson Chandler (Center-NY Knicks); Joe Johnson (Guard- Brooklyn Nets); FOX 5 News Anchor Rosanna Scotto; Brooklyn Nets Jerry Stackhouse (Forward/Guard ); Brooklyn Nets Head Coach Avery Johnson; NY Giants Wide Receiver Victor “Salsa” Cruz; Deron Williams (Guard- Brooklyn Nets); WABC-TV News Anchor Lori Stokes; John Calipari, University of Kentucky Men’s Basketball Head Coach; Ericka Dotson of Indique Hair; Vera Moore, CEO, Vera Moore Cosmetics; Men Cooking for Change for Women in the Black; and The 2012 Stars of New York Dance.
“Each episode of What’s The 411 will also feature throwback interviews with some of the hottest celebrities of the past and today including: Snoop Dogg; Kerry Washington; Ernie Hudson; Naughty By Nature; Chante Moore; Busta Rhymes; Brownstone; Special Ed; and Terri & Monica,” stated Ruth J. Morrison, CEO and Founder, What’s The 411 Networks. “We continue to strive to bring our audience programming that they expect from us and the throwback interviews are a big, big, big hit with our viewers.”
About What’s The 411 TV
Based in Brooklyn, New York, What’s The 411 TV is a division of What’s The 411 Networks, a media/news and information company connecting sophisticated multi-cultural audiences through its distribution platforms of television, online, mobile, and social media.
What’s The 411 TV’s celebrity portfolio consists of interviews with Magic Johnson, Beyonce, Denzel Washington, Meryl Streep, Morgan Freeman, Danny Glover, Harrison Ford, Samuel L. Jackson and many, many more.
In fact, What’s The 411 Networks has the largest video celebrity interview portfolio of any Brooklyn-based independent media company.
What’s The 411 TV reaches 14 million subscribers across the country on DishTV and can also be seen on Time Warner Cable, Cablevision, Verizon FiOS, and RCN in New York City.