We will also visit incarcerated teens in juvenile halls who are seeking answers and solutions. We have teamed up with major corporations and sponsors that share our vision of change and positivity. Our goal with this show is to preserve our future leaders.
Los Angeles (PRWEB) September 22, 2008
Better Black Television (BBTV) has added a new program to the network's growing roster. Teens Real Talk (TRT) is a show that gives teens an opportunity to express their ideas and feelings in order to help and advise both parents and teens on coming-of-age issues.
As a father and the only African American chairman of a television network, Percy Miller (formerly Master P) is committed to staying in touch with the community and its youth. He said, "This show is the home base where teens can freely connect with their peers, share their stories without fear of judgment, and collaborate with their families and community leaders to discuss resources and organize for social justice. It's time for Barack Obama to be the first African American president and it's time to empower the next generation of our nation's teens to be more responsible."
By discussing issues and topics in an open forum, the show aims to enable teens to affect the world in the most positive way through focusing their vision. Teens will be challenged to say "NO" to drugs, teenage pregnancy, crime, negative cycles, and violence, and "YES" to family values, education, financial literacy, wholesome teenage activities, and healthy relationships, lifestyles, and environments.
The show provides universal access to inform and equip teens through communication and information offered by special guests, teachers, doctors, volunteers, coaches, religious leaders, and influential role models. TRT is committed to the free expression of all people.
"The difference between this show and other teen shows is we're taking this one on the road, to the schools, to the churches, to the communities, to the people to talk about real issues and find real solutions," said Miller. "Education is what changed my life and I want to give teens across the country a wake-up call before it's too late; not everybody gets a second chance and it's easier to catch up now than to catch up later.
"We will also visit incarcerated teens in juvenile halls who are seeking answers and solutions. We have teamed up with major corporations and sponsors that share our vision of change and positivity. Our goal with this show is to preserve our future leaders."
Teens Real Talk is the TV show that's making a difference.
Also in production is the family-friendly original sitcom titled "Uncle Willy's Family," a show about a Vietnam veteran who comes to California from Louisiana in order to raise his brother's grandchildren. The 'country boy' makes life entertaining, educational, funny, and spiritual.
It's time for change, it's time to empower our teens and families, and it's time for Better Black TV.
For more information: http://www.betterblacktv.com