Urban News Staff Reports
Indy Black film streaming service kweliTV is now available on Comcast’s Xfinity X1 and Xfinity Flex.
X1 and Flex customers can subscribe to and access kweliTV’s award-winning indie films, documentaries and kids programming over the Internet by saying “kwelitv” into the Xfinity Voice Remote or find kweliTV’s programming within X1’s “Black Film & TV” collection on Xfinity on Demand. kweliTV can be added to Xfinity customers’ service via X1 or Flex for $5.99 per month.
“We’re elated that kweliTV’s compelling, indie programming is now on Comcast’s Xfinity X1 and Flex,” said DeShuna Spencer, Founder and CEO of kweliTV. “This launch allows us to amplify the stories of our 250+ promising and award-winning independent—mostly black—filmmakers from the U.S. and abroad as well as access a broader audience looking for more content that features authentic black storytelling.”
“Xfinity is proud to offer kweliTV on X1 and Flex and among our growing library of streaming options that highlight black culture within our Black Film & TV collection,” said Keesha Boyd, Executive Director of Multicultural Consumer Services at Comcast. “Getting to know DeShuna’s story as an entrepreneur and hearing her passion for finding independent content that centers on the global black community is beyond inspiring.”
kweliTV’s 350+ titles showcase the rich history and diverse culture of the global Black community with new award-winning and film festival-vetted films and documentaries added the first of every month.