With MLK Day coming on Monday, Jan. 15, Philadelphia’s young artistic community is reminded of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Sometimes all you need is a little litigation to get your point across. As is the case with comedian-turned-media mogul
Solange imparted advice to more than 200 young girls at TWEF's Women & Money leadership luncheon.
The second season of STARZ’s wildly popular drama series “POWER” aired Saturday, June 6, bringing in a whopping 1.43 million viewers. Just
“I love, love, love helping people achieve their dreams and I knew that PR would allow me to do just
The digital divide continues to grow. Since 2011, Comcast and the Comcast Foundation have dedicated more than $200 million in
Across the nation, the back-to-school-season is in full swing. At Comcast, we have been doing our part to help promote
It’s rumored that Sean Combs AKA P. Diddy is shutting down Bad Boy Records and moving his roster to REVOLT. Bad Boy brought
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When you know how to make money, making more is never difficult! Sean “Diddy” Combs‘ new Revolt channel launched adding a
In case you were wondering what exactly is Sean “Diddy” Combs planning with Revolt TV, look no further!
Texas Southern Communications department has become the first HBCU to secure its own television channel
Bret Perkins, the vice president of external and government affairs for Comcast Corporation, works with national advocacy agencies that shape
Comcast VP teaching his sons to navigate the world through the Internet.
Bret Perkins has taken his sons around the world – without ever leaving the house. Perkins, the vice president
Despite the wide proliferation of smartphones throughout the urban community — coupled with an inordinate number of minorities engaging in
Last year, Comcast introduced its Internet Essentials program, which offers specially discounted Internet service for school-age children participating in the
No more filling out sign-in sheets and waiting in line at the community library for your chance to use the
Children in more than 4,000 school districts in 39 states and Washington, D.C., who come from low-income families, will join