Comcast NBCUniversal is celebrating Black History during the entire month of February with special programming and content on the X1 platform, including:
- “For The Culture: The New Renaissance” – This specially curated collection on Xfinity on Demand focuses on the “New Renaissance”of influencers and icons moving the culture in entertainment, sports, music, TV, movies and beyond. Customers can simply say “Black Film & TV” into their X1 Voice Remotes to access content from the Urban Movie Channel, Brown Sugar, Afro, Cleo, Aspire, BET, and TV One, as well as award-winning films like Black Panther, Get Out, and The Hate U Give.
- Programming Partnerships – Comcast NBCUniversal continues its year-round commitment to the African American community by supporting partnerships and programming across the country. Partnership highlights during Black History Month include the NBCBLK’s series She Thrives: Black Women Making History Today and more.
- Comcast Newsmakers – Throughout February, the news and public affairs platform Comcast Newsmakers will highlight issues including economic empowerment, Congressional diversity, and new leadership pipelines for America’s black community. Watch conversations with leaders from the NAACP, The Brookings Institution, National Council of Negro Women, and more online, on Xfinity On Demand and on social media.
For more information, visit xfinity.com/black-film-and-tv.