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Millions Get Connected and Close the Homework Gap When We All Work Together


Since 2017, Comcast has invested more than $15B to expand, strengthen and evolve our network.


Of our Board of Directors are women or people of color.


Over 10 million low-income people have been connected to the Internet through our Internet Essentials program.


In 2020, Comcast committed $100 million over the next three years to fight injustice and inequality against any race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation or ability.


We're committed to employing more than 21,000 members of the military community.


Comcast RISE will support 13,000 small businesses by 2022 with grants, marketing services, and tech upgrades.

  • Broderick Johnson’s Remarks at the NAN King Day Virtual Awards

    Broderick Johnson, EVP of Public Policy & EVP of Digital Equity at Comcast, was honored to deliver opening remarks at the National Action Network’s 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Virtual Awards, where he spoke about the importance of digital equity.

  • Building a Better Network Every Day

    We work around the clock to constantly improve America’s largest gig-speed broadband network so it’s better today, and even better tomorrow.

  • A Conversation with 'Boogie' filmmaker Eddie Huang

    Comcast NBCUniversal and the Motion Picture Association hosted acclaimed writer, producer, and restauranteur Eddie Huang for a conversation about his new film 'Boogie.'

  • Broadband Adoption: Ready for Anything

    To celebrate 10 years of Internet Essentials, we’re committing $1 billion to provide 50 million low-income Americans with the tools they need to be ready for anything.

  • Confronting America’s Digital Divide

    José Díaz-Balart spoke with our own Dalila Wilson-Scott during 'Washington Post Live' about the importance of closing America’s digital divide and the work Comcast NBCUniversal has done to help get us there.

  • Small Businesses: Keep Rising

  • 'A Most Beautiful Thing' Filmmaker Panel

    Comcast NBCUniversal hosted virtual panels of filmmakers and experts in October 2020 to discuss the documentary 'A Most Beautiful Thing,' which chronicles the first African American rowing team in the U.S.

  • Broadband Adoption: Lift Zones

    Comcast is partnering with non-profits and city leaders to create 1,000 WiFi-connected community centers for students and families to connect and learn.

  • Military Engagement: On the Front Lines of Service

  • Accessibility: A Better Experience for Everyone

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