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VBTMG: Viewers can now watch from online to TV to find out the latest in the Central Valley Black c

FRESNO, CA -- From the latest candidate to what's happening in the Black community, Valley Black Talk Media Group (formerly known as Valley Black Talk Radio)--VBTMG--is making sure viewers can reach them from online to offline TV; The ONME Network features content weekly on CMAC from the 2018 Jazz & Blues Festivals filmed this past summer, the 2017 & 2018 Trailblazers, and to now the weekly VBTMG's community show. Coming back from the summer break, VBTMG met with team members and hosts to find more ways to outreach to the community, although garnering a growing live online audience Sunday nights of over 3,500 viewers via The ONME Network server. Most viewers usually watch the live programming and multiple TV channels through the free ONME app or online at the website (

Viewers can now watch VBTMG s' shows on TV, Monday nights from 8p-10p and Wednesday nights from 9p -11p on Comcast Channel 93 and AT&T Channel 99, (refer to the TV guide on Comcast or AT&T for further ONME programs broadcasting throughout the week.) CMAC also has an online TV channel and guide for those who prefer to watch a plethora of programming from the Central Valley.

VBTMG Sept. 9 political show featured candidates Karl C. Diaz, who is running for the Fresno Unified School District Area 3 board of trustee seat (currently held by incumbent Valerie F. Davis,) and Paula Yang running for the Fresno city council seat in district 5, (currently held by incumbent Luis Chavez.)

Sunday night's Sept. 16 show featured Aaron Foster, community activist and organizer,who shared his thoughts on the challenges happening in the southwest area of Fresno, CA.

This Sunday's political show features district 7 Fresno City Council candidate, Nelson Esparza and State Center Community College Board of Trustee Area 4 candidate Theresa 'Teri" Orates.

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