Just like the progress we were promised... American Renaissance News: TV One to Begin Sunday Show Aimed at Black Politics Roland Martin will anchor a new Sunday public affairs show aimed at a Black audience that will debut in September on the TV One network. The program, called “Washington Watch,” will aim to tap into “a new interest in politics and government due to the election of President Barack Obama,” said Johnathan Rodgers, TV One’s president and CEO. The show is scheduled to debut on Sun., Sept. 27 at 11 a.m. EDT, and the show will be repeated each week at 5 p.m. Martin, who is also a CNN commentator, will interview newsmakers and members of the Congressional Black Caucus. April Ryan, White House correspondent for the American Urban Radio Networks, and Robert Traynham, Philadelphia Tribune columnist and Comcast host, will be regular panel members. TV One is in approximately 48 million homes, slightly fewer than half of the nation’s TV homes.