Sports Illustrated: HBCU GO Hires First All-Female Broadcast Team, Jon Kelley as ‘HBCU GO TIME’ Host for Basketball Season

HOUSTON, Tx — The billionaire media mogul Byron Allen is a pioneer in delivering ground-breaking broadcasting teams, shows, and features for HBCU sports fans worldwide.

Allen’s digital streaming platform HBCU GO, plans to feature the first all-female broadcast team with Lawrencia Moten, Nicole Hutchinson, and Courtney Tate, which will broadcast HBCU basketball games for the 2022-23 season.

Lawrencia Moten, Nicole Hutchinson, and Courtney Tate

HBCU GO All-Female Broadcasting Team from left to right:Nicole Hutchinson (Color Analyst),  Lawrencia Moten (Play-by-Play), and Courtney Tate (Sidelines Announcer); Credit: HBCU GO and AMG

In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Title IX, the new all-star broadcast team will include play-by-play announcer Moten, color analyst Hutchinson, and Tate as the sideline reporter.

“Allen Media Group is proud to honor the 50th Anniversary of Title IX by featuring a first-ever all-female broadcast team,” Byron Allen said. “We are proud to amplify these powerful female voices and to provide best-in-class basketball game coverage from America’s top HBCUs.”

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