In a statement posted on the network’s website, Stephen Hill, pPresident of music programming and specials, said:
“It’s been a great 14-year run as America’s top music/variety show on cable. And now that very valuable brand is going to take its talents to the digital realm. The interactive brand you helped build, 106 & Park, is alive and well…and it’s moving to the space in which our audience NOW interacts with music the most: online. It’ll be very exciting to connect with the millions of people that are already engaged with 106 & Park and other BET digital and social media entities and bring content that will further evolve the 106 & Park brand — and enhance the overall BET Networks brand. As we transition to the digital space, we look to continue 106 & Park’s role as both a leader of and a mirror to youth culture. We’ll have more information to share about how that is to roll out very soon.”

13 thoughts on “BET’S ’106 & PARK’ GOES DIGITAL”

  1. Sam Slick they can give it away free and get paid of of the adds. i was reading how some artist made $300,000 a month from adds on their youtube videos this year. give it away free and put an add in it

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