Streamer HBCU Go’s New Summer Series Sponsored By P&G
Allen Media Group’s free digital platform, HBCU Go — a media provider for the nation’s 107 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) — is launching a pair of shows beginning Thursday, June 23.
First is The Color of STEM, a docuseries that explores the latest discoveries, NFTs and people making a difference in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Next is Spade A Spade, a half-hour roundtable talk show that features teams of well-known entertainers, athletes and influencers who discuss topical news and views over a game of spades.
Both shows are available to at HBCUGO.TV and by downloading the HBCU Go app on Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV.
These new shows are executive produced by HBCU Go’s Curt Simmons and Karrington Symonds.
The Color of STEM and Spade a Spade are being supported by Procter & Gamble, which through its Widen the Screen initiative is fueling more expansive portrayals of the Black experience in film, television, and media through partnerships and programming with Black creators and Black-owned and Black-operated media companies.