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Comcast announces plans for streaming video service


Netflix isn’t the only game in town for streaming video. Comcast on Wednesday announced plans to roll out a streaming video service called Xfinity Streampix and is likely to launch by the end of the year. Plans include for the service to work with Android devices as well as the Xbox 360. Comcast has already partnered with Disney, NBC Universal, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros, and Cookie Jar Entertainment to provide content for the service. No word on which programs will be available, but those companies sure do make a lot of cartoons….

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