American Legacy Network To Air Senator Obama Goes To Africa, Carmen & Geoffrey And Neshoba
Streaming Service Announces Line-Up of Documentary Films Being Featured Throughout the Month of November
By: American Legacy Network Corp.
"We're very excited to air each of these amazing documentaries on American Legacy Network," said Rodney J. Reynolds, founder of the network. "We look forward to airing more powerful documentaries and films that not only entertain, but inspire, empower, and educate the black community and all of America," said Reynolds.
Senator Obama Goes To Africa follows former President (then Senator) Barack Obama's African Journey & Homecoming to Kisumu, Kenya. Carmen & Geoffrey follows the astonishing five-decade marriage of Carmen De Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder and focuses on their careers as dancers, actors, choreographers and much more while NESHOBA tells the story of a Mississippi town still divided 40 years after the murders of three civil rights workers in 1964.
Subscribers to American Legacy Network will be able to watch these documentary films beginning November 1st. American Legacy Network is also currently featuring a documentary on former slave, sea captain and U.S. Congressman Robert Smalls produced by Doubleback Productions and The Doll, based on a short story by Charles W. Chesnutt and news-oriented programs and original programs like Conversations with Greatness hosted by JP Reynolds and Say it Loud, a program geared to millennials. In the future, the network has plans to showcase historical scripted dramas.
The web/mobile friendly version of American Legacy Network is now available at www.americanlegacynetwork.tv for $3.99 per month. The company has plans to launch an app version that will be available on iPhone, iPad, Android phones & tablets, Apple TV, Amazon TV and Roku.
For more information about American Legacy Network or to subscribe, visit www.americanlegacynetwork.tv today!
ABOUT THE AMERICAN LEGACY BRAND
Rodney J. Reynolds founded American Legacy Magazine in 1995 as a joint venture with Forbes Magazine. Total readership of American Legacy was over 2 million when the print edition ceased publication in 2011. The mission of the American Legacy brand is to broaden and enhance the awareness of African-American history through the utilization of educational products, the internet, and broadcast media with the launch of the subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service, American Legacy Network (ALN) in August of 2018. To subscribe to ALN visit www.americanlegacynetwork.tv. Black History Made Every Day.