Olympics Present Comcast with Ideal Trail for the Power of their Xfinity X1 Platform.
Comcast Has Combined Its Linear and Digital Olympic Feeds to Make Watching the Games Easier | Adweek
As the Olympics unfold, NBCUniversal is offering so much linear and digital Rio Olympic programming—6,755 hours overall—that not even the people behind it are quite sure how viewers should try to consume it all. "I have no idea. Good luck!" NBC Olympics executive producer Jim Bell joked to reporters last week.
The Power of the X1 Platform, seems to winning new customers, who also like the voice activation feature.
The X1 is having its big introduction party during the Olympics, with a bunch of new features meant to transform how you watch and wring as much value as possible from the games. These features mostly revolve around different ways to personalize the games: following different sports, countries, or athletes; surfacing stats you want; or dropping you right in the action.
As we see above, Comcast is looking forward to the fully connected Home, a theme we have been preparing for here in the Minneapolis St Paul area on your behalf.
We do not just service Comcast, and we will work with you where ever you live with other cable or satellite providers as well as ADT home security. However, we cannot help but note that Comcast is preparing for the future in a more obvious manner than most with its X1 capabilities.
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