What's The 411 TV is the television programming division of What's The 411 Networks, a Brooklyn, NY-based celebrity-driven media, marketing, and events company with a focus on sports, entertainment, and lifestyle.
What's The 411 TV produces the celebrity-driven half-hour weekly entertainment and lifestyle television show, What's The 411 and What's The 411SPORTS.
The company established its roots in television production in 1993, producing its flagship television show, What's The 411, a weekly entertainment news program. Distributed on WNYC-TV, a broadcast television station previously owned by the City of New York, What's The 411 entertained millions of households in the New York metro area (NYC, Nassau, western Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Putnam and Dutchess counties, northern New Jersey, Fairfield Connecticut, and as far west as Reading Pennsylvania).
The company later licensed its programming to a broadcaster in South Africa.
What's The 411 TV boasts a celebrity portfolio featuring interviews with Beyonce, Magic Johnson, Denzel Washington, Angelina Jolie, Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington, Blair Underwood, Carmen de Lavallade, Morgan Freeman, Harrison Ford, Samuel L. Jackson and many, many more.
Today, in addition to entertaining and informing viewers in New York City, What's The 411 has a national television footprint reaching 14 million subscribers on Dish TV's video on demand service through the simplyME network.
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