University Park, IL â€“ â€œFade to Blackâ€, 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 â€œFade to Blackâ€.
Tonightâ€™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).
â€œThis show is a vehicle to let residents know what is going on in the South suburbs,â€ said James Worthington, Executive Producer of the show.Â â€œJudge Stuttley is the first of many guests we will have on our show to inform viewers of what is going on in their community.â€
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 Challengeâ€™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 Worthingtonâ€™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.
â€œHe taught me to never give up and work hard,â€ Worthington said.