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411TV Basketball Special: Opening of Brooklyn Nets Inaugural Season

Spike Lee and Others Featured

This episode features the opening of the Brooklyn Nets Inaugural Season and the team's first game against the New York Knicks.

In this video are interviews with NBA Commissioner David Stern; Brooklyn Nets Manager, Billy King; then Head Coach Avery Johnson; Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, and Landry Fields of the Toronto Raptors. Other interviews include TNT Analyst, Steve Kerr; Brooklyn Nets Guard, Joe Johnson; Film Director and avid New York Knicks fan, Spike Lee; ESPN Analyst, Jeff Van Gundy; New York Knicks Power Forward/Center, Kurt Thomas; Brooklyn Nets Forward, Jerry Stackhouse; New York Jets Cornerback, Darrelle Revis; Nets fans Bruce aka "Mr. Whammy" and his wife Judy from Canarsie Brooklyn; and New York Knicks fans from Staten Island

411TV Episode Featuring: Gloria Estefan, Kadeem Hardison, and Harlem Fine Arts Show

Check out video: Kadeem Hardison, Gloria Estefan, author Gloria Edwards and Harlem Fine Arts Show

A What's The 411 TV episode that features interviews with Gloria Estefan, author Grace Edwards and a throwback interview with actor Kadeem Hardison. There are also features from the 3rd Annual Harlem Fine Arts Show and the Bed-Stuy Food and Family Day.

A Salute to Black Broadway

Interviews with What's The 411's A Salute to Black Broadway Honorees

What's The 411 Networks held its launch party on Monday, June 4, 2012, to celebrate the re-launch of its website and television show. The launch party's theme, A Salute to Black Broadway, honored Alia Jones-Harvey, Producer, Front Row Productions ("A Street Car Named Desire" and "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"); Kevin-Anthony and Sean Hollingsworth, Founders, B2 Productions ("Black 2: Broadway); Marcia Pendelton, Founder and President, Walk Tall Girl Productions; and Jesse Wooden, Jr., Director, The MAAFA Suite, and Black Nativity.
The interviews were conducted by What's The 411 correspondents: Barbara Bullard, Andrew Rosario, Crystal Henderson, and Kizzy Cox.
A Salute to Black Broadway benefited the George H. Murray Preparatory Academy, a small independent K - Grade 8 private school in the heart of the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, NY.

What's The 411: Bertha Lewis on Red Carpet at Barclays Center Opening

 

Bertha Lewis, President, The Black Institute, checked in with Ruth Morrison, CEO, What's The 411 Networks at the opening of the Barclay's Center. Ms. Lewis, excited about the opening of the Barclays Center, expressed her expectations for the ground-breaking of the housing portion of the Atlantic Yards project. Ms. Lewis' young companion was so excited to see Jay-Z, she was almost speechless. However, like many of the adults on the red carpet that night, Ms. Lewis has great admiration of Jay Z's business skills and his rags to riches story, which is emblematic of the American Dream.

 

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