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  • Racist racist racist

    Both wet and bet are racist no matter how u look at it.We do not need a wet just like we do not need a bet and if u say we do need a bet then u are racist because u are using one's skin color to determine whether or not to do something.And that is called racism

  • As long as we have a channel like bet then we have racism.

    I feel that if there is a bet then there should be a wet although I feel they are both racist. A channel should not be about the color if one's skin that's racist. Yes even when it's black entertainment television that racist just like it would be racist to have white entertainment television.I know a lot of people will say that blacks should have a show that's just for whites because most channels show shows that are just white cast on them and while that may be true the show does not keep people of color from being on in or from watching it like a channel such as bet would do.

  • "White Entertainment Television" is Unnecessary: We've had it for over half a century

    Since television programming began, the industry has been dominated by white Americans. After half a century, this is still true. BET came about as a way to make sure that African-American television directors, producers, writers, and actors had access to work. It also started so that African-American families could watch programming in which their race and culture is represented. Over fifty years later, television programming has become somewhat more ethnically diverse, but this growth is not adequate for an increasingly pluralistic and diverse society. White Americans, or Americans of European descent still dominate the media and to that end, no special network of "White Entertainment Television" is necessary: It's what we've had for nearly 60 years.

  • We do NOT need "White Entertainment Television" because TV is dominated by whites.

    Since television programming began, the industry has been dominated by white Americans. After half a century, this is still true. BET came about as a way to make sure that African-American television directors, producers, writers, and actors had access to work. It also started so that African-American families could watch programming in which their race and culture is represented. Over fifty years later, television programming has become somewhat more ethnically diverse, but this growth is not adequate for an increasingly pluralistic and diverse society. White Americans, or Americans of European descent still dominate the media and to that end, no special network of "White Entertainment Television" is necessary: It's what we've had for nearly 60 years.


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