Comcast dating on demand channel
(Photo: ) As ON DEMAND tops three billion views - the equivalent of 10 programs watched by every person in the United States - Comcast customers have made music videos and programs (more than 540 million viewed), children's shows (more than 330 million viewed), free movies (more than 180 million viewed) and sports and fitness programs (more than 73 million viewed) some of the most popular programming categories.
TV Planner is the first and only online program guide that enables viewers to search ON DEMAND and HD ON DEMAND.What does a pay-TV service targeted at people who have shunned paying for cable television look like?Comcast has a new answer: In another attempt to get “cord-nevers,” the U. cable giant is launching Xfinity Stream, an Internet-only TV service that offers HBO and the major broadcast TV networks, with both live and on-demand programming, for $15 per month to Comcast subs with standalone broadband service.With Super Bowl 50 now in the rear-view mirror, Comcast is turning its eyes to the next major TV event: the Oscars.The cable giant is delivering a trove of content from past Academy Awards telecasts through its video-on-demand platform to X1 customers, in hopes of driving up VOD rentals and purchases of Oscar-nominated pics.ABC will broadcast the 88th annual Academy Awards on Sunday, Feb.
28, and Comcast will run advertising spots in the telecast in local and regional markets where it operates.
In addition, Comcast offers every Oscars best picture winner from the past 25 years available to rent or own. but I expect if we do this well, we will pick up additional transactions,” said Daniel Spinosa, Comcast’s g.m. “The Oscars is one of the largest TV-viewing events of the year, so it’s a great thing to work with ABC and the Academy on this,” Spinosa added.
No money is changing hands between Comcast and ABC for the “Best of Oscars” content, according to Spinosa, as the network expects the deal to boost awareness for the upcoming telecast.
Comcast ON DEMAND's Fall Lineup Comcast's ON DEMAND service offers a growing library of more than 7,500 programs per month - available any time customers want to watch them, with the ability to fast forward, rewind and pause selections.
Approximately 95% of ON DEMAND programs are available at no additional charge for Comcast Digital Cable customers based on their service levels.
In late 2013, the MSO debuted Internet Plus, a bundle with high-speed Internet service and a stripped-down channel lineup featuring HBO and broadcast nets, which it has marketed with limited success.