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BET Rolls Out a Weekend of Award-Winning, HIV-Themed Programming Commemorating World AIDS Day
Date:11/27/2007

WASHINGTON, Nov. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- BET Networks today announced that it will air a lineup of special HIV-themed programming to coincide with World AIDS Day this Saturday, December 1. This HIV-focused programming rounds out a successful year for BET's pro-social initiative Rap-It-Up, which recently won the Emmy(R) Award for "Outstanding National Community Service Campaign" and a 2007 Cable Positive Award for "Outstanding Special Programming." The Rap-It- Up campaign also includes dedicated grassroots efforts and a comprehensive educational program, all to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS among the African- American community.

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On Friday, November 30 at 6:00 p.m. ET/PT, BET's popular music countdown show 106 & PARK will air a LIVE 90-minute telecast hosted by veejay duo Terrence and Rocsi. The music special will tackle the issue of HIV/AIDS and the risky behaviors associated with contracting the disease, and will also feature celebrity guests Magic Johnson, Juelz Santana and Jim Jones to discuss healthy life choices and provide important information about HIV testing and prevention methods to BET viewers.

An encore presentation of the provocative HIV/AIDS special WHAT U KNOW BOUT THAT? RAP-IT-UP SEX QUIZ will air on Saturday, December 1 at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT. The one-hour BET News special addresses a host of HIV/AIDS-related issues faced by BET's audience, including stigma and homophobia, HIV testing, substance abuse, and the impact of HIV/AIDS on personal relationships and family life. BET News personality Jina Johnson hosts the show and is joined by fellow BET personalities Lamorne Morris, Sharon Carpenter, and Samson Styles, along with BET News producer Antonio Neves, who visited the cities of New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Miami to talk with young adults and test them on how much t
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