The AIB Network develops and distributes original content. Our value-driven programming educates the mind, strengthens the body and inspires the spirit. Programming broadcasts are available to over two million homes in Northern Georgia on Comcast Cable (channel 295) and AT&T Uverse (channel 6) as well as worldwide via Live Streaming and on our YouTube Channel. The AIB Network actively supports and recognizes non-profit and faith based organizations and is an active member of the Atlanta, GA community. In addition, the AIB Network offers cost-effective field and studio video production services from our state-of-the-art facility conveniently located in mid-town Atlanta, GA.
Inspirational artists and various industry influencers share their stories of success and how they overcame obstacles. These one-on-one interviews with those who are in the spotlight and from those who make the spotlight happen.
To live intentionally means to cease random, often meaningless, business and instead, embrace purpose. It means you are no longer living by happenstance; you are living with a clearly identified plan that is grounded in God’s will for your life. It means you are aware of every step, every decision and every move you make. The truth is we can’t just stop at living intentionally, we must choose to fully engage! What does that mean? It means to dive all the way in! It means that we aren’t just putting a toe in the water - it means we are getting drenched in the fullness of life!
She Speaks Live is a talk show hosted by Nicci Gilbert that empowers and inspires women to live their best life by tackling relationships, parenting, fitness, and personal finance issues. In addition, guest panelists discuss everyday issues, share their opinions and engage in colorful conversations on a variety of topics.
From the blood, sweat and tears of slaves on whose backs the American economy was built, to the contributions of African-Americans in every field -- from science to sports -- the African-American experience tells the story
of the United States. Find out more in this AIB Presents, "Our Shared History: - African-American History is American History," as we explore the African-American story as the central narrative of American history.
Since 1976, February has been officially designated by every U.S. President as Black History Month. An annual recognition of achievements and the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. This year, in honor of the centennial anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment (1920) allowing women’s suffrage and the sesquicentennial of the Fifteenth Amendment (1870) granting black men the right to vote, the Black History Month theme will be “African Americans and the Vote.”