African American Streaming Service Launches Online Public Offering
American Legacy Network Corp. launches Online Public Offering (OPO) via StartEngine
By: American Legacy Network Corporation
For over 23 years, the mission of the American Legacy brand (magazine, board game, mobile truck exhibit, Black history curriculum guide, and television program) has been to preserve and celebrate African-American history and culture. American Legacy has been a catalyst in preserving the African-American experience in America. The transition to television is the next step in the brand's evolution.
"To our knowledge, there is currently no network on television today that is totally dedicated to celebrating African-American history and culture on a consistent basis," said Rodney J Reynolds, Founder of American Legacy Network. "American Legacy Network will fill the void with content designed to inspire, empower and educate the black community, especially our youth in America. ALN will be a network that the entire family can enjoy."
American Legacy Network launched a web/mobile version of the network in August of this year and has plans to release a mobile app later this year. The company is actively seeking additional distribution partnerships for its direct to consumer OTT platform.
For details regarding the investment opportunity, potential investors should visit www.startengine.com/
ABOUT THE AMERICAN LEGACY BRAND
Rodney J. Reynolds founded American Legacy Magazine in 1995 as a joint venture with American Heritage, a division of Forbes, Inc. 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.