Black African American Sitcoms and the leech effect of "The Fox Network" in the age of cultural Glory
In the era of 1980-1996 Black shows ruled the air waves and it all started with "The Cosby's" launching in 1984
NBC known as the Peacock was rebirth by the launching of "
The Cosby" show and networks were looking and looking hard.
The Baby and The Bath Water
On April 5th, 1986 a new network was introduced to the world and you will be surprised what network it is! Catering to an audience of Black African American viewers, FOX was born. The FOX television network launch a host of Black African American sitcoms, Living Single, ROC, South Central, In Living Colors, and Yes, even greatest comedy show in Fox network history, fixed Martin"
Until 1994 when Fox pulled a plug of sitcoms catering to black audience, and focused more now on bring in White audience since it appeared a wealth of success and financial gains were achieve through Black African American dollars from Commercials, Ratings, and other ancillary rewards.
A book written by Kristal Brent Zook, author of Color by Fox and Hofstra University Professor defines the shift vividly
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Media Gentrification to curtail the success of Black African American sitcom success and new entertainer wealth and ability to form a more positive image for the community.
The Real History of Community Base Health Care
The Black Panthers was the sole responsible party that shift national health care to focusing on services communities instead of just individuals.
On Thursday, October 9, 1986, at 11:00 p.m. Eastern and Pacific Time, The Fox Broadcasting Company, or "FBC" as it was formerly known, made its formal debut.
The Evolution of Deceit