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Comcast's 'On Demand Online' almost live?

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 14 Nov 2009 16:25 User comments (2)

Comcast's 'On Demand Online' almost live? According to a new ConnectedHome2Go report, Comcast's On Demand Online TV streaming service will go live in December, earlier than anticipated.
Comcast, speaking at the NewTeeVee Live Conference this week, also added that cable subscribers will not be charged extra for the service and can play it back on up to three devices.

Time Warner, who jointly developed the service but is dubbing it TV Everywhere, has not announced a launch date for their service.

All that is needed is an active Internet connection and a digital cable subscription from Comcast.

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2 user comments

114.11.2009 17:43

Does anyone remember the days this type of media distribution was scoffed at? I reckon the resistance has put us back half a decade.

215.11.2009 20:36

Wow! Between this and my Netflix streaming, Online Radio, Gaming, Surfing, and Downloading, my Bandwidth Cap (imposed by Comcast) will be broken in no time.

This is serious ingenuity here. Enabling your customers to no longer be customers. Brilliant!

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