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Or, they can watch Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton's speech immediately after they air live.The content comes from various sources, including NBC News, MSNBC, C-SPAN, CNN, Fox News, PBS, MTV, Comedy Central and the DNC (RNC was not listed), plus short-form video from Watchable.Because you can choose when you watch these programmes, the service is known as “TV on demand”. Channels covered: Channel 4, More4, E4, Film4, and selected programmes from National Geographic and Disney. Some on-demand services allow you to download TV programmes to your PC for you to watch at your leisure. streams a range of programmes from the various ITV channels direct to your PC, including many classic programmes from ITV’s archives. Cable firms are not required by federal law to pay franchise fees to cities for Internet services.Comcast on Tuesday declined to comment on its Philadelphia revenues and profits from the triple play of TV, Internet, and phone services.The profits would be before the company paid taxes, debt service, interest, depreciation, and other charges.The renewal's total value to the city through franchise fees, network upgrades, discounted service for low-income families and seniors, and other "voluntary commitments" is 0 million over 15 years, Comcast spokesman Jeff Alexander said.
With consumers turned off by the barrage of cable-TV advertising, Comcast Corp.and AMC will launch an ad-free on-demand service for AMC original shows such as “The Walking Dead” and “Better Call Saul.” The “upgrade option” called AMC Premiere — available in coming months — will cost .99 a month, in addition to the regular monthly cable bill, the companies said on Thursday.Comcast spokeswoman Lisa Scalzo said AMC is the first cable network to offer the on-demand option.But the cable giant is talking with other cable networks for similar exclusive and ad-free offerings for its 22 million cable-TV customers.At the same time, some entertainment executives have expressed concern about the “advertising load” on television that could be turning off some consumers.