Black Gay Talk Show Returns for Second Season

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Black Gay Talk Show Returns for Second Season

America’s first black gay, TV talk show returns for a second season on
Thursday, Dec. 29 at 10 pm Eastern/7pm Pacific. The show airs nationwide
on the Dish Network’s, The Healthy Living Channel 223 and also on select
Time Warner cable outlets.

December 25, 2005 -- Just in time for Kwanzaa still basking in the
afterglow of Christmas, America’s first black gay, TV talk show returns
for a second season on Thursday, Dec. 29 at 10 Eastern/7 pm Pacific. The
show airs nationwide on the Dish Network’s, The Healthy Living Channel
223 and also on select Time Warner cable outlets.

The Herndon Davis Reports, http://herndondavis.com , is ground breaking
in many ways. The national talk show is completely black gay focused and
provides continuously uplifting messages and representations of black
gay life.

The show’s executive producer and host, Herndon Davis adds that “the
second season is filled with on location shoots where we travel the
entire country interviewing black gay men and women from all walks of
life in order to place a face and a voice to what it is like to be
black, gay and proud!”

Several episodes for the second season will focus upon spotlighting
openly gay and black entrepreneurs, politicians and executives and
understanding how they’re able to thrive in their respective careers
despite encountering both racism and homophobia. Other episodes for the
new season will focus upon HIV, gay adoptions, black gay youth, and
building a cohesive black gay economic community.

Below is a listing for the upcoming 6 episodes.

Dec. 29, 2005 - Growing Spiritually Beyond The Black Church- Guest,
Bryan Edney, Motivational Speaker, Educator.

January 5, 2006 - Duane Cramer, International Photographer- Exclusive
Interview on location in San Francisco.

January 12, 2006 - Joseph Ware, Entrepreneur, The Bates House B&B,
Exclusive Interview on location in Oakland

January 19, 2009 - Controversial Author, JL King, Exclusive Interview,
on location in Atlanta

January 26, 2006 - The State of Black Gay Atlanta – Panel discussion
with guests, Darlene Hudson, J. Lawrence Warren, Krista Ford, and
Raymond Duke on location in Atlanta.

February 6, 2006 - The State of Black Gay Literature -Guests, Brent
Carpenter, Frederick Smith, and Trent Jackson

The Herndon Davis Reports can be seen nationwide, Thursday nights on the
Dish Network’s, Healthy Living Channel, 223 and on select Time Warner
cable outlets at 10 pm Eastern/7 pm Pacific.

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