of March 26 – April 1 BET takes
number one on top 25 and also wins week’s network race (April
4, 2007) Black Entertainment Television had one of its best weeks of the
season. And it didn’t take a special or an awards show to make it happen.
“College Hill” attracted just under one million black households to
capture the No. 1 spot on the list of top 25 most popular shows. The
network had eight other entries on the chart, all from its regular lineup
The next most popular network for the last week of March was Nickelodeon,
which posted five shows. It was followed by ESPN which had three winners,
all basketball games.
The total number of black households watching the top 25, according to
Nielsen Media Research, was 14 million, the same as the previous week’s
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