Where: (click below to visit venue on Foursquare)
1900 W Pl Northeast, Washington D.C.
When: January 25, 1980
What: In August 1979, with a dream of delivering programming that catered to African-Americans and a $15,000 loan and six figure investment from TCI, Robert L. Johnson started Black Entertainment Television. The fledgling network began broadcasting in January 25, 1980.
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