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Comcast has selected TV One’s Cleo TV and Afrotainment’s Afro as the latest independent channels to receive broad distribution on its cable systems to fulfill commitments made as part of Comcast’s 2011 acquisition of NBCUniversal.
Cleo TV will target young women of color.
What does Cleo TV stand for?
Cleo TV (short for Cleopatra) is a lifestyle and entertainment network targeting millennial and Gen X women of color, from Urban One (formerly Radio One). Its short- and long-form programming spans travel, home design, cooking, talk shows, movies, docu-series and sitcoms.
What channel is TV One on?
As of February 2015, TV One is available to approximately 57 million pay television households (48.9% of households with at least one television set) in the United States.
TV One (American TV channel)
|AT&T U-verse||Channel 157 (SD) Channel 1157 (HD)|
|Verizon FiOS||Channel 271 (SD) Channel 771 (HD)|
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Does Comcast have TV One?
TV One, the real-life and entertainment cable network targeting African American adults, today announced it is now more widely available to Comcast’s Xfinity TV customers in the Chicago and Miami areas, with its recent move from the Digital Preferred to the Digital Starter tier of service.
What is the Afro channel?
AFRO is a polycultural black network broadcasting top-rated Nollywood and black movies, dramas, sitcoms, music, talk, and late night comedy shows, according to network officials.