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Our news, our way. Starting Monday Nov. 4, “NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin, the first-in-class daily African American morning news show hit television for the first time. The groundbreaking interactive daily show simulcasts live on radio starting at 7:00 a.m., with the third hour airing weekdays at 9:00 a.m. ET, on TV One.

Check TV listings in your area or listen to all 3 hours live, online,

Below, Roland Martin breaks down why “information is power” in the hands of NewsOne Now viewers.

Award-winning journalist Roland Martin leads the conversation with a full multimedia experience— viewers can interact with “NewsOne Now” across radio, television, and social media. Got a question? Be sure to tweet us at @NewsOne or @RolandSMartin with the hashtag #NewsOneNow to weigh in.

“African Americans are some of the most highly engaged cable news consumers, and it’s vital that we meet that thirst with a daily morning show that speaks to our issues, our concerns, from our perspective,” says Martin. “’NewsOne Now’ is the pre-eminent destination for the pulse of Black America.”

Tune in live and be sure set your DVRs daily. This is a part of our history you surely won’t want to miss!

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