First Black-Owned Cooking Network Launched By Chefs, and Cooks From Around The World
New 24-hour cooking and lifestyle channel, “Taste on T.V.”, created to give voice to the food and culture of people of color.
Tasteavision Media Inc, a Los Angeles-based media company, has launched Taste On T.V. as a 24-hour all cooking and lifestyle channel dedicated to highlighting the voices, culture, and food of African-Americans and people of color in an honest and uncompromised manner.
The network is the brainchild of Tasteavsion Media’s founder and Taste On T.V. President Terance Quilens Sr. Mr. Quilens, a foodie himself, has always enjoyed watching food-themed entertainment. As an avid viewer of mainstream cooking shows, he often noticed that the full culinary journey of the African-American community was often under-represented or not represented at all. After years of discontent, he decided to work on a method for delivering the most honest portrait of the Black culinary experience that he could.
Taste On T.V. will roll out more than 20 new show titles featuring talent from around the U.S., South Africa, Ghana, and the United Kingdom. Programming will cover a wide range of topics that aim to adequately reflect communities of color from a variety of angles to tell a complete story.
The network went live in early September with special programming from network personalities and performances from a variety of music artists. To catch all the action, Taste On T.V. is available to watch on Roku and through native mobile applications that can be downloaded for Android (Google Play Store) and iPhone IOS (App Store).
For show schedules and further information or to learn more about the Taste On T.V. family, please visit their official web site at TasteOnTV.com.