It's Here: A TV Experience For Black People

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July 26, 2019

There is an abundance of Black television content available for us to view, but often, it’s difficult to find such shows on the same platform. Fortunately, we’ve found one live streaming service that is an affordable, one-stop-shop to watch ALL the Black shows you can imagine: Philo.

Philo’s easy to navigate streaming service has all your favorite cable networks, plus unlimited DVR and the ability to watch anytime, anywhere. And as for that Black media you’re looking to access? You can find it in seconds.

Craving a talk show that centers Black women’s experiences? Tune into Cleo TV for Sister Circle Live. Want to watch an original movie made by and about Black people? Click over to BETher. And there’s always plenty of amazing shows to record and save on OWN.

What about some old school 90s sitcoms, like The Jamie Foxx Show or Martin? Looking for your favorite classics is a breeze, and Philo makes saving them to binge whenever you want just as simple.

All of this for only $20 per month!

When there are platforms that support Black media, we support back. And we’re excited that Philo is offering such a wide array of Black content at such an affordable price. Here’s how you can check it out:

Sign up here for a FREE trial of Philo with just a phone number - no credit card needed - to explore this low cost, live streaming platform that delivers a broad catalog of Black media you love. 

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