TV One’s original series, “Unsung”, has claimed their third NAACP Image Award for Outstanding News/Information (Series or Special) for the third year in a row. The 44th annual extravaganza re-airs on the network February 9th.
“Unsung” is an hour long music documentary that covers the stories of R&B/soul musical artists, and exposes why in fact these artists are descriptively and categorically perhaps: “Unsung”.
“Unsung” is TV One’s longest running original series of all time. The network’s Chairman/CEO Alfred Liggins describes these accolades as a “prestigious and significant honor.”
“Unsung” narrators have included R&B singer Al B.Sure!. The network was launched in 2004 and serves more than 57 million households. TV One HD was launched four years later, now serving 14 million households. Radio One owns the TV One network.