Kim Randolph Benson Winner of What’s The 411 Networks’ Jay Z Concert Tickets Sweepstakes

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What’s The 411 Networks Holds Contest on Facebook to Select Winner to Attend Jay Z Concert as VIP

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Kim Randolph Benson Winner of What's The 411 Networks' Jay Z Concert Tickets Sweepstakes

I love Jay Z and I am his number one fan. Thank you What’s The 411 Networks for this amazing opportunity. Somebody pinch me because I still can’t believe I won.

What’s The 411 Networks is pleased to announce that Kim Randolph Benson also known as “Kim ‘Poetess’ Randolph Benson” is the winner of its Win Jay Z Concert Tickets Facebook Sweepstakes.

Ms. Benson won two tickets to attend the Jay Z Concert at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY on Monday, October 1, 2012. She will attend the concert as a VIP, which includes a roundtrip limousine ride.

“I can’t believe I won,” said a very surprised and ecstatic Ms. Benson. “I love Jay Z and I am his number one fan. Thank you What’s The 411 Networks for this amazing opportunity. Somebody pinch me because I still can’t believe I won.”

“We are so pleased to be able to provide this experience for one of our Facebook fans,” stated Ruth J. Morrison, CEO, What’s The 411 Networks. “We want our television viewers and Facebook fans to know that we not only provide great content, but we also provide great event experiences.”

What’s The 411 Networks held its Win Jay Z Concert Tickets Sweepstakes on its What’s The 411 Facebook Page (http://www.Facebook.com/WhatIsThe411) from September 14, 2012 through September 26, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. PT.

About What’s The 411 Networks

Based in Brooklyn, New York, What's The 411 Networks is a digital media/news and entertainment company. Connecting sophisticated multi-cultural audiences, What’s The 411 Networks delivers its original video content and curated news and information through its television, online, and mobile platforms.

The company established its roots in television production in 1993, producing its flagship television show, What’s The 411, a weekly entertainment news program. Distributed on WNYC-TV, a broadcast television station previously owned by the City of New York, What’s The 411 entertained millions of households in the New York metro area. The company also licensed its programming to a broadcaster in South Africa.

Today, in addition to viewership in New York City, What's The 411 TV has signed a distribution agreement to reach 14 million subscribers on Dish TV's video on demand service through the simplyME network.

What’s The 411 Networks has the largest video celebrity interview portfolio of any Brooklyn-based independent media company.

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