Comcast will be offering a streaming service to its broadband customers in Boston, Chicago, and Seattle later this year. It will include local broadcast channels, HBO, and more for $15/month. This looks to be aimed at younger people that don't have cable and may not own a TV. Because it includes local channels the service will have to be rolled out one market at a time, much like Playstation's Vue.
HBO Now is available on Android and Kindle tablets and is coming soon to Fire TV.
NFL Now will be replaced with a new streaming service.
TiVo can now stream to Apple TV.
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