President Barack Obama talks with Director of Speechwriting Cody Keenan in the Oval Office, July 23, 2013. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Cablefax’s special report on Black History Month takes a look at how cable is commemorating the contributions of African Americans.

There is a host of content on tap for February, from Smithsonian Channel’s documentary on President Obama’s speeches to BET’s Nelson Mandel movie “Madiba.” And MVPDs, such as Comcast, are doing their part to help viewers find it. Within Xfinity’s “Black History Always On” offering, viewers will find feature films ranging from “The Gabby Douglas Story” to “Red Tails” and “42” to documentaries about the civil rights movement. Check out the full special report below.

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Dems Criticize FCC Broadband Report

The FCC on Tuesday released its annual broadband deployment report, which drew criticism and dissents from the agency’s two Democratic commissioners who have long complained about flaws in the data and

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