Comcast launches ‘Netflix-like’ Streampix to compliment expensive cable packages
Comcast launches ‘Netflix-like’ Streampix to compliment expensive cable packages
                                       

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Where to watch March Madness 2012 live online

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It’s that time of the year again: March Madness is starting today, and once again, many of the games will be shown while most of us are at the office. Luckily, all 67 games will once again be streamed online. Only this time around, viewers will have to pay to...
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Why Comcast's New Streaming Service Won't Deter Cord Cutters

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Cable companies know the threat that lies ahead of them. The percentage of consumers who "cut the cord" and cancel their cable subscriptions isn't a huge one, but it's growing. Meanwhile, a new generation of TV watchers is growing accustomed to watching shows online, even if it's the next day...
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Comcast reveals Xfinity Streampix streaming video service, challenges Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon

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It was only a matter of time, right? Comcast has rolled out a VOD competitor for Amazon, Netflix and Hulu so it can grab a slice of the streaming video pie. Called Xfinity Streampix, it brings shows from NBC and ABC, along with movies from Sony Pictures and Warner Bros....
Comcast reveals Xfinity Streampix streaming video service, challenges Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon
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