Comcast begins launch of internet-only TV service

For $15 per month, some Comcast internet subscribers will now be able to watch TV around their house, too. The new deal is for an internet TV service that Comcast is launching today called Stream. Stream allows subscribers to watch live TV from “about a dozen networks,” including all of the big broadcasters — ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox — and HBO. It also includes “thousands” of on-demand movies and TV shows, as well as access to a cloud DVR service to record live broadcasts. The service will initially be available in Comcast’s Greater Boston area, according to the Boston Business Journal, which includes eastern Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine. Stream is supposed to become available nationwide next year.

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