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Keesha Boyd understands what it takes to create great television. As the executive director, multicultural services at Comcast Cable, Boyd works to bring more diverse voices and images to the forefront in the television landscape.  In January 2019, Comcast will launch Afro and CLEO TV, both of which will provide quality entertainment that highlights and features…

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With MLK Day coming on Monday, Jan. 15, Philadelphia’s young artistic community is reminded of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. quote, “Almost always, the creative dedicated minority has made the world better.” They celebrated King’s life by unveiling sculptures depicting Dr. King  and designed using quotes from him as creative inspiration. On Thursday, Jan. 11, Philadelphia’s…

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Sometimes all you need is a little litigation to get your point across. As is the case with comedian-turned-media mogul Byron Allen, who recently struck a deal with AT&T and DirecTV just over a year after filing a $10 billion discrimination lawsuit against the two television distributing giants. The lawsuit couldn’t have come at a worse time…

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The second season of STARZ’s wildly popular drama series “POWER” aired Saturday, June 6, bringing in a whopping 1.43 million viewers. Just days before the show hit television screens nationwide, lead actor Omari Harwick and a few of his celebrity friends, including Erica Ash, Matt Cook, Tichina Arnold, Maria Haq and RonReaco Lee, came out for the red carpet…

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The digital divide continues to grow. Since 2011, Comcast and the Comcast Foundation have dedicated more than $200 million in cash and in-kind support to fund digital readiness initiatives nationwide, reaching more than 1.75 million people through nonprofit, digital literacy partners. Internet Essentials from Comcast is the nation’s largest and most comprehensive broadband adoption program.…

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It’s rumored that Sean Combs AKA P. Diddy is shutting down Bad Boy Records and moving his roster to REVOLT. Bad Boy brought us The Notorious BIG, 112, Lil Kim, Total, Faith Evans, Craig Mack, Carl Thomas, Mase, Loon, G-Dep and many more, but time waits for no man and neither does hip-hop. Diddy is the owner of…

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A gift card is the easiest way to give the gift of XFINITY. Your friends or family can use it to sign up for XFINITY services, upgrade their existing services, purchase On Demand movies, or just pay their bill! The Comcast Gift Card is available in any amount from $20 to $500. Why Comcast/XFINITY? If you’ve…

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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 new outlet for music to television. He wants Revolt to be to music what ESPN is to sports, with well-curated playlists and a strong focus on industry news. “I want to know, who is Taylor Swift?” Combs…

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Bret Perkins, the vice president of external and government affairs for Comcast Corporation, works with national advocacy agencies that shape public policy, communication and technology. He is currently working with Comcast on Internet Essentials, a campaign designed to expose more minority and low-income residents to the Internet through special program offerings. Perkins sat down with…

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Despite the wide proliferation of smartphones throughout the urban community — coupled with an inordinate number of minorities engaging in a plethora of social media platforms — a socioeconomic dilemma of considerable proportions is developing and expanding that has dire future consequences: the Great Digital Divide. Comcast Corporation launched a multi-pronged campaign to reverse this…

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