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Topic - Kenetta Bailey
"Glee" is taking its new Thursday pairing with "American Idol" to a whole new level.
"We want to make sure our viewers understand exactly what the network is all about: great storytelling through a variety of genres that reflect and celebrate the rich diversity of black life in America," Ms. Bailey said.
Kenetta Bailey, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of TV One, said the network is making the first major changes in its on-air look and brand presentation since launching eight years ago so that the image better reflects the channel's mission and its programming.