Comcast NBCUniversal: With Xfinity X1, It's Pride All Year

Comcast NBCUniversal is No. 19 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list

Xfinity LGBTQ Film & TV is unlike any entertainment experience. By featuring LGBTQ identity, community, spirit and history, Comcast ensures its customers are able to find content that speaks to them.

Within the collection, ‘Lesbian,’ ‘Gay,’ ‘Bisexual,’ ‘Transgender’ and ‘Queer’ categories have been established as their own distinct destinations to expand the range of discovery options available to customers. The company’s unique editorial voice comes to life through film and TV collections that bring new and impactful stories to expanded audiences. Customers can also browse entertainment picks selected by some of the LGBTQ & Ally community’s most renowned organizations, such as GLSEN, Out & Equal, PFLAG, The Trevor Project, GLAAD and more.

Check out the video below and be sure to head over to the recently launchedwebsitefor more information on the Xfinity LGBTQ Film & TV collection.

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