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Crossings TV is Now Available to Millions More Xfinity Customers

Philadelphia, PA

Crossings TV, the first, largest and longest-running Asian American television network, today announced expanded carriage across Comcast’s Xfinity footprint, reaching millions more viewers.

Xfinity X1 customers can access Crossings TV on Channel 3131* or simply say “Crossings TV” into their voice remote to instantly tune to the authentic Asian American experience. Crossings TV is also available on the Xfinity Stream app.

For nearly two decades, Crossings TV has been a homebase of comfort and empowerment for Asian Americans. The network delivers a rich variety of in-language, in-culture programming to viewers from seven Asian language groups, including Chinese (Mandarin/Cantonese), Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Hmong, South Asian (Hindi/Punjabi), and Vietnamese. From the sun-kissed shores of California to the bustling streets of New York City, Crossings TV is the go-to destination for millions of viewers seeking premium daily Asian language programming.

"As we reflect on our journey starting nearly two decades ago, the pivotal partnership with Comcast marked the birth of Crossings TV. Today, as we witness the vibrant migration of the Asian diaspora to cities such as Houston, Philadelphia, and Washington DC, Comcast's expanded carriage once again amplifies our impact exponentially," said Frank Washington, Founder & CEO of Crossings TV. "This milestone propels Crossings TV into a new era of growth and influence, reaffirming our commitment to empowering and celebrating the Asian community."

Xfinity delivers the best entertainment to customers, including thousands of hours of multicultural programming from more than 100 networks and streaming services. The expansion of Crossings TV is part of an ongoing commitment from Comcast to increase access to best-in-class Asian and Asian American programming.

We’re thrilled to bring Crossings TV’s unique, informative, and high-quality programming to an even larger audience than ever before,” added Caroline Kim, Sr. Director, Multicultural Editorial & Programming.
Caroline Kim
Sr. Director, Multicultural Editorial & Programming

“Comcast currently provides its customers with access to more than 100 independent networks targeted to deliver content for culturally diverse audiences, and Crossings TV is an integral part of this offering,” added Caroline Kim, Sr. Director, Multicultural Editorial & Programming.

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