UATV to Produce a Television Special on Minority Entrepreneurs Working With Corporate America

Urban Television Network Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: URBT) today announced it will produce and broadcast a made for television special on minority entrepreneurs and how they interact and work with Corporate America. The special will be a pilot for a weekly show that will air beginning in 2006. UATV will conduct interviews at the National Minority Supplier Development Conference, October 24 – 26, 2005 in Dallas.

The special will demonstrate how minority entrepreneurs have successfully interacted with the National Minority Supplier Development Council to promote their products and services to Corporate America. In 2005 minority companies provided over $80 billion in products and services to Fortune 500 companies.

“The National Minority Supplier Development Council has served both minority entrepreneurs and Corporate America for over thirty years. We believe this organization is key to the success of minority owned businesses and through its certification process provides an avenue for Corporate America to access minority entrepreneurs,” said Jacob Miles, CEO of Urban Television Network and past Black Enterprise Magazine Minority Entrepreneur Award winner. “We are proud to utilize the UATV broadcast network to bring exposure of this very important organization to minority viewers.”

via PRNewswire-FirstCall

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