Comcast Adds More Live Streaming Networks to XFINITY TV Go as TV Everywhere Usage Soars

AMC and Showtime are among the list of more than 70 networks now available on the Xfinity TV Go app, which also boasts 21,000 On Demand choices.

Comcast today announced that in just over a year’s time it has more than doubled its catalog of live streaming networks on the Xfinity TV Go app and website to more than 70 channels. Among the list of recently added networks now available to enjoy on-the-go are: AMC, BBC America, FOX Deportes, MOVIEPLEX, Showtime, Univision Deportes and The Weather Channel. The new offerings extend the growing list of current TV programming available to watch live - anytime, anywhere.

Comcast saw tremendous growth and adoption of TV Everywhere in 2014 and that momentum continues into 2015. More than thirty percent of Xfinity TV customers using TV Everywhere monthly to tune into their favorite networks on-the-go, averaging about 20 percent growth year over year. Moreover, the average viewer consumed more than 7 hours per month on Xfinity TV Go, up nearly 40 percent from the same time last year. Available for Android and Apple devices, the Xfinity TV Go app has been downloaded more than 11 million times.

"2014 was a banner year for TV Everywhere highlighted by marquee sporting events that provided a fantastic platform for driving education and awareness around the TV Everywhere services our customers receive as part of their subscription," said Vito Forlenza, Senior Director of TV Everywhere Content and Product Strategy at Comcast Cable. "We broke records during several events like the Sochi Olympics and the World Cup and continue to build momentum in 2015 as we provide more access to more content across platforms."

In addition to more than 70 live networks, Xfinity TV Go offers approximately 21,000 on demand choices to stream on mobile devices, as well as nearly 466,000 available online. Many of these are also available to download and watch offline later.

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