Durban Sandshark Posted May 17, 2016 Report Share Posted May 17, 2016 Get ready for "the most sophisticated and technologically forward-looking presentation NBC has ever done" with "added improved search and personalization features on its X1 platform for viewers", throwing everything at it. Does say NBC's family will have 11 networks confirmed in it (very likely NBC, NBCSN, MSNBC, CNBC, Bravo, USA, NBC Olympic Basketball and Soccer Channels, and I'm thinking Oxygen for English side and Telemundo and NBC Universo on the Spanish side. Wall Street Journal was the first to report that NBC Olympics will have 6000 hours of the Rio 2016 broadcast overall on TV and online/mobile with NBC producing 5500 of it, live and on-demand, in addition to 4500 hours online on its NBC Sports Live Extra mobile app and website through 40 simultaneous streaming channels, which will also be made available on in its X1 video service: http://www.euronews.com/sport/3194292-nbc-to-stream-over-6000-hours-of-olympics-2016-content/ http://www.bizjournals.com/philadelphia/news/2016/05/16/comcast-olympics-tv-broadcast-x1-sports-app-marvel.html But no Internet TV outside of the cable. 250 days to watch it all? I happily accept. Let's record it all! http://variety.com/2016/digital/news/comcast-internet-tv-cable-brian-roberts-1201775889/ Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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