In addition to HisDreamOurStories.com, which serves as the ongoing online location for footage, features and finding and sharing information about the Civil Rights Movement, Comcast and NBCUniversal are making the content available across a variety of other platforms as part of current and planned coverage of the August 28 th March on Washington anniversary.
- Xfinity.com/MLK : Open to both Xfinity customers and non-customers, this microsite will include His Dream, Our Stories interviews as well as news articles, photo galleries and video biographies relevant to the Civil Rights Movement.
- Xfinity On Demand: Xfinity TV customers can access the “March on DC at 50” folder to watch 80+ video interviews.
- Xfinity TV Player App: Xfinity TV customers can view 80+ video interviews on mobile devices.
- His Dream, Our Stories e-book: In late August, an educational e-book from NBC Publishing including 25 videos and an introduction from news journalist Lester Holt will be available to download for free on iTunes, Amazon and Nook stores.
- MSNBC: MSNBC will feature His Dream, Our Stories content online.
- NBC Owned Television Stations: NBC stations (including New York, Southern California, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas-Fort Worth, Bay Area, Washington, D.C., South Florida, San Diego and Connecticut) will have His Dream, Our Stories content on their websites.
- InteractiveOne.com: The website from the RadioOne/TVOne family will provide access to the videos on their NewsOne site as well as local sites.
- Comcast Newsmakers: Selected interviews will be inserted on CNN Headline News as part of the National Edition of Comcast Newsmakers.
- RollingStone.com: Rolling Stone will feature His Dream, Our Stories content online.