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Comcast Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with Free Content, Community Leader Interviews, and Programs for Latino Entrepreneurs
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Comcast Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with Free Content, Community Leader Interviews, and Programs for Latino Entrepreneurs

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Xfinity has curated an exclusive collection of bilingual and bicultural movies, TV shows, music and more, to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. This unique collection of diverse content has been assembled to inspire, educate, and entertain viewers as our nation celebrates this special month together.

The collection, titled, “¡Mi gente, presente!” includes:

  • Recommendations from Hispanic celebrities including global superstar Becky G and Puerto Rican TV host Jaime Mayol, who will serve as guest curators.
  • Movies and Series like “Like a Boss” (EPIX); “De Brutas, Nada” (Pantaya); “The Legend of Zorro,” (Sony Cine), “Y tu mamá también,” (AMC+), “MACHO: The Hector Camacho Story” (SHOWTIME); and choices for the whole family, including “Dora and the Lost City of Gold” (EPIX), and “Diary of a Future President” (Disney+).
  • Concerts from top Latin artists on Qello Concerts by Stringray, including: “J.Lo Let’s Get Real,” “Romeo Santos – The King Stays King: Sold Out At Madison Square Garden,” “Selena – The Last Concert: Live From The Astrodome,” and “J Balvin – Bruuttal.”
  • Social Media Challenge: Xfinity is proud to announce an exciting, new social media dance “challenge” that encourages people to celebrate Latin rhythms and dances, moving from slow to fast as the challenge picks up the pace. Participants can watch Becky G team up with Hispanic influencers on Instagram and TikTok using the hashtag #AlRitmoXfinity and celebrate Latin music through the ages with this fun, interactive dance challenge.

Read more here.

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