Amistad Communications’ new talk show, “Fade to Black”, debuts tonight on WUPC-TV 10

University Park, IL – “Fade to Black”, a new Talk show, will debut tonight in the South Suburban area at 9:15 p.m.

The talk show, produced by James Worthington for Amistad Communications LLC., will air tonight (April 26) on WUPC-TV 10, University Park at 9:15 p.m. It will re-broadcast April 27 at 2:15 p.m. Angela Greene is guest host for “Fade to Black”.

Tonight’s guest is retired Judge Michael W. Stuttley, former Supervising Judge of Juvenile court. Stuttley presently serves as chairman of the South Suburban Disappropriate Minority Confinement (SSDMC).

“This show is a vehicle to let residents know what is going on in the South suburbs,” said James Worthington, Executive Producer of the show.  “Judge Stuttley is the first of many guests we will have on our show to inform viewers of what is going on in their community.”

Worthington started Amistad Communications LLC. in 2008. The purpose of Amistad Communication is to deal with public relations and other aspects of the media. Television is a new breakthrough for Amistad Communications.

Worthington has been featured on Probation Challenge’s Internet Broadcast with the Rev. Harold Bailey, host of the show. Previously, Worthington did play-by-play of the University Park Lions football games during football season.

Amistad Communication LLC was founded in memory of Worthington’s father, the late James O. Worthington, Sr.

According to Worthington, his father taught him to give back, to be a positive role model in the community and set a good example for young people in the neighborhood to follow.

“He taught me to never give up and work hard,” Worthington said.