service is expanding
to more platforms
kweliTV is an interactive streaming platform that shares the African Diaspora experience through dope, undiscovered documentaries, films, web shows, children’s programming, news and more. The D.C.–born video streaming platform is expanding with availability on more platforms, meaning the list where the platform is offered now includes Apple TV, Google Play, Roku, Amazon Fire and iOS.
Founder DeShuna Spencer said demand from customers has been on the rise since the platform launched out of beta in September 2017. kweliTV features more than 230 films and documentaries that feature black voices. Spencer wants to feature films that accurately portray the black experience, and shine a light on social issues. With films that are being added to the platform this summer, Spencer said the platform is also bolstering efforts to offer stories from around the world.
The service is also looking to offer more insights from directors, which it is doing through interviews that air on Facebook Live, Spencer said. Spencer said the company is also looking to maintain community connections as it grows. It’s piloting programs to connect members with businesses owned by black women, and donating to nonprofits from every subscription. For more info on kweliTV check them out here: https://www.kweli.tv
Source: technical.ly dc
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