Comcast Going Online

Comcast is getting ready to test out a service called Online on Demand where subscribers will be able to watch their favorite shows online without any extra cost.  They're hoping this will be a way to keep subscribers as more and more shows are viewable on sites like Hulu.com.

So far the networks joining the new project are: CBS, HBO, Cinemax, TBS, TNT, Starz, AMC, A&E, BBCA, DIY, E!, Fine Living Network, Food Network, HGTV, Hallmark, History, IFC, MGM Impact, Sundance, WE, Style Network, G4 and Fearnet. 

So far, CBS is the first broadcast network to join the group.

source: THR

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