Series Premiere of Ed Gordon Seen by Nearly One Million Viewers


( ENSPIRE ENTERTAINMENT ) Series Premiere of Ed Gordon Seen by Nearly One Million Viewers

The series premiere of the new Bounce TV original series Ed Gordon on Tuesday, Sept. 13 was seen by nearly one million viewers 2+. Bounce TV premiered Ed Gordon at 10:00 p.m. ET, with a premiere play for the West Coast at 11:00 p.m. PT. The two airings combined to reach 838K unduplicated viewers 2+ as well as increasing the time period average in Households and P2+. Among the network’s targeted African-American audience, the telecasts increased HHs by +28% and P2+ +21%.

The series premiere featured Gordon’s exclusive and emotional interview from Ferguson, Missouri with five Mothers of The Movement, African-American women whose children have been shot, with four killed, in acts of violence. Gordon also visited with Nate Parker and the cast of The Birth of a Nation, the much-anticipated motion picture dramatizing the life of Nat Turner, the slave who led a rebellion in Virginia in 1831. In addition, Gordon sat down with popular singer-songwriter, record producer and actor Maxwell. The inaugural episode will encore throughout the month; visit for schedule information.

Gordon serves as executive producer and host of the new series, sitting down for revealing interviews with top headline makers, entertainers and pop cultural figures. Ed Gordon will also include investigative pieces, celebrity profiles, current event segments and human-interest feature stories.
Ed Gordon interviews Maxwell
Gordon has been a contributing correspondent for 60 Minutes IIThe Today Show and Dateline NBC, the host of “News and Notes with Ed Gordon” on NPR, anchorman for BET and is a weekly contributor to the nationally syndicated Steve Harvey Radio Show.  He is also the recipient of an NAACP Image Award, as well as the prestigious Journalist of the Year Award from the National Association of Black Journalists.
Ed Gordon interviews mothers of slain young black men

Bounce TV is the fastest-growing African-American (AA) network on television and airs on the broadcast signals of local television stations and corresponding cable carriage. The network features a programming mix of original and off-network series, theatrical motion pictures, specials, live sports and more. Bounce TV has grown to be available in more than 93.5 million homes across the United States and 93% of all African American television homes, including all of the top AA television markets. Among the founders of Bounce TV are iconic American figures Martin Luther King, III and Ambassador Andrew Young. For more information, visit

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