Tony Brown's Journal

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Tony Brown's Journal
Presented by Tony Brown
Country of originFlag of the United States.svg  United States
Production
Producer(s)Tony Brown
Production company(s)Tony Brown Productions
Release
Original network PBS
Original release1978 (1978) 
2008 (2008)
External links
Website

Tony Brown's Journal is an American talk show hosted by journalist Tony Brown. [1] [2] [3] [4] The program, which began on PBS in 1978, was the successor to the series Black Journal , which had aired on the television network's NET and then PBS since 1968 and was produced and hosted by Brown from 1970. [5]

Contents

Overview

Television talk show series featuring interviews with contemporary newsmakers of special interest to the African American community. [6]

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