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Don Cornelius TV Star

Don Cornelius TV Star - Don Cornelius is the person who was in charge to host the Soul Train Awards 2010. 74-year-old Don Cornelius produced "Soul Train". The show started in 1971 and continued till 2006. Many people consider that the show of Don Cornelius helped provide African Americans additional charisma in the amusement business.Don Cornelius did not forever stay attached to TV. Don Cornelius was an individual with an innate ability to be called a natural salesperson. Don Cornelius began his career in the insurance industry in 1950s. Don Cornelius also worked as a replacement disc jockey on a radio station. Afterward, Don Cornelius came to know that he has the ability and talent to mark his name in the entertainment industry.After entering the entertainment industry, Don Cornelius got started with the Soul Train in August 1970. The show became a big hit and Don Cornelius gathered a lot of fame as a result.Biography.com stated about Soul Train produced by Don Cornelius:Premiering on August 17, 1970, Soul Train quickly became popular. It aired on Saturday mornings, attracting a lot of children and teenagers off from school. An early supporter, businessman George Johnson of the Johnson Products Company, helped Cornelius make Soul Train a nationally television program. It was syndicated in 1971, but it was initially difficult getting stations sign up for the show. In addition to Chicago, stations in Atlanta, Cleveland, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and San Francisco were among the first to air Soul Train.

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