Saturday, March 6, 2021

What It’s Like To Be A Black Film & TV Editor

Do you love Black news, film and television? Are you looking for a job or career in one, two or all three? If so, then Comcast might have you covered.

Being a Black Film & TV Editor

In this Comcast Careers feature, Black Film & TV Editor Kaila breaks down the duties of her role and why she enjoys what she does.

She does all the editorial for their “Black Voices” destination for the Xfinity X1, Stream and Flex platforms, overseeing the scheduling, programming and maintenance of Black Film & TV.

Black Culture is IT

From the Black Lives Matter movement to politics and the latest news, to classic Black films and television shows to documentaries, movies and HBCU features, the platforms dig deep into the roots of Black culture.

Does this sound like something you would enjoy doing? If so, why? Let us know in the comments!

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Sharee Sileriohttp://www.shareesilerio.com
Sharee Silerio is a screenwriter and filmmaker who tells stories where Black women and girls exist as full human beings on screen and feel seen, heard, loved and affirmed beyond the screen. Her film and television credits include projects on cable and streaming platforms such as Netflix, Oxygen, Comedy Central, MTV, Prime Video and more.

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