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Tuesday, May 08, 2012
WatchESPN Comes to Comcast's XFINITY TV Video Customers


Comcast and The Walt Disney Company today announced that Xfinity TV customers can now access ESPN live streaming content via the WatchESPN app, WatchESPN.com and soon on Comcast?s XfinityTV.com at home or on-the-go.

In time for the NBA post season, MLB?s regular season, Euro 2012 and the Tennis Grand Slams, Comcast's customers who receive ESPN's linear networks as part of their Xfinity video subscription can now stream these events and associated coverage live from ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 and ESPNU from their iPads, iPhones and iPod touch devices, as well as online. Also, ESPN Goal Line and Buzzer Beater are available through WatchESPN and XfinityTV.com when those channels are in season.

Once a user downloads WatchESPN, they will receive instructions to enter their Comcast Xfinity credentials to access their favorite ESPN content on their device. The WatchESPN app is available free on the iTunes Store. Access on Android devices will follow in the coming months.

Xfinity TV will also integrate all of the content available through WatchESPN on XfinityTV.com and soon to the Xfinity app with other entertainment choices.

The launch of WatchESPN and future Watch products with Comcast is part of a long-termdistribution agreement between Comcast and The Walt Disney Company that was announced in January, 2012.


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