Did you know that Sacramento Has Talent? It does, we have a show to prove it! Sacramento Has Talent is a showcase of local Sacramentans who perform on stage in front of an audience and judges. Auditions are coming up and you can find out how to audition on LiveWire this week! As we close the end of February, we also observe and support Black History Month with our guest Black Child Development Institute who supports both Black History and its future.


Access Sacramento talent scouts have searched the region, looking for local talent. They have discovered the best performers, singers, dancers, filmmakers, and musical groups, and they will compete for your entertainment and cash prizes.

Come see them perform!

This event benefits Access Sacramento’s Neighborhood News Youth Correspondent stipend program. The ongoing project pays young journalists, ages 16- to 21-years-old, finanical stipends for “deliverables” (articles, videos, slide shows, podcasts, etc.) submitted weekly about their communities to the website,

More info for the Sacramento Has Talent:

Sacramento Has Talent


The Black Child Development Institute of Sacramento is a non-profit organization with a diverse membership of people who are interested in improving the conditions of children and their families in Sacramento County.  They volunteer their time, talents and resources to provide education, information and resources to families.  Their signature programs are “Entering the College Zone” which is a one day event that provides support and resources to middle school students and their parents.  They also hold a yearly conference for girls ages 12- 18 called Determined, Intelligent, Valued, American Young Ladies (DIVA) conference.

For more about Black Child Development Institute of Sacramento:

Join us and tune in to LiveWire! at 5 p.m.  Wednesday, February 11th on Access Sacramento channel 17. You can also watch the simulcast online the same time it airs at and click ‘watch 17’. The encore presentation airs the following Thursday at 7:30 p.m.