AT&T Launches Live Broadband TV Service

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Interesting....they mention Slingbox in the article, also.



By BRUCE MEYERSON


NEW YORK (AP) - AT&T Inc. (T) is launching an Internet TV service where subscribers can watch live cable channels such as Fox News on any computer with a broadband connection for $20 per month.

The AT&T Broadband TV service announced Tuesday features about 20 channels of live and made-for-broadband content. The channel lineup includes the History Channel, the Weather Channel, the Food Network, Bloomberg and Oxygen. Additional channels will be added soon, the company said without elaborating.

Read more here....
 
from one of the articles:


......you can sign up for a free 14-day trial, and the terms of service state that you can cancel and get a full refund within 30 days of making your first payment. That's about 6 weeks of free testing, if you feel like taking the thing for a spin.


Hmmm....if I had any use for it I would give it a try!
 
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