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Black Enterprise launching “Women of Power” TV show

October 24, 2014

Posted by Chris Roush

Black Enterprise magazine will launch a new, 30-minute television show called “Women of Power” this weekend.

The show will air every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in most markets on cable channel TV One. Viewers can also watch the program each week on Black Enterprise.com.

The show features a team of reporting talent, led by anchor Caroline Clarke, the previously host of the network syndicated Black Enterprise Business Report; veteran business journalist Shartia Brantley and lifestyle and entertainment correspondent Dariany Santana.

The show’s features include Power Suite, Power of the Purse, Luxe Life, Power Forward and Woman-to-Woman, with other features on entrepreneurship, finance, celebrity interviews, health and relationships and work-life balance. The show will also share the strategies and success secrets of the most successful women, including time management skills, managing money and relationships, as well as advice for those who aspire to duplicate their achievements.

“Whether you’re a high-powered executive or a woman of power in training, you must tune in to ‘Women of Power’ for uplifting stories, invaluable information, and news you can use,” said Earl “Butch” Graves Jr., president and CEO of Black Enterprise, in a statement.


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