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AT&T offers own video portal

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 06 Sep 2009 0:18

AT&T offers own video portal AT&T has "soft launched" its own TV portal service, offering TV Shows and feature-length movies to users. The site also promises more content for U-Verse subscribers as it evolves. The site will host content from ABC, CBS, NBC Universal, Bravo, MTV, CNBC, VH1, Universal Studios, PBS, Current, Lionsgate and many more. At the current time, it is clearly still under development with many of its clips and TV episodes listed but still unavailable.
"We have started a soft launch of the AT&T Entertainment site. This site will feature free online content available to any consumer. We're finalizing a few final elements, and we'll share more details on our official launch soon. This site is another step forward for our three-screen strategy to provide more content to more customers across any device." AT&T said in an e-mail statement to customers.

Some feature-length movies available on the new AT&T Entertainment site include Along came Polly, Carlito's Way and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Available TV shows include ABC's Lost and Ugly Betty, NBC's The Office and CBS' How I Met Your Mother.

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