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Business Insight - Behind Comcast's Streaming Package Announcement

Comcast announced plans Sunday to launch a new streaming television service for its cable Xfinity customers, offering shows from networks including NBC, and Fox. Subscribers will pay $15 a month for Stream, to get access to both live TV and on-demand movies and shows on computers and mobile devices. Stream will launch in beta in Boston by the end of the summer with plans to expand to Chicago and Seattle. The company is aiming to roll out the service everywhere by early 2016. What's behind this move? It might seem simple enough. More people are just streaming content to their PCs. I totally get that argument. I don't watch live TV unless it's some large sports event. Like Triple Crown horse races and Soccer. Which by the way just happen to be streamed online by NBC and Fox respectively. Which is consistent with Comcast's announcement. The cable signal you receive in your home has almost zero marginal cost. That's because you and the cable provider have already paid for the sending and receiving of an internet signal. NBC and Fox have already built streaming/advertising platforms. ESPN has not. There is a reason. They get most of their income from charges imbedded on your "basic" cable TV package. The internet, once upon a time was a punch line, economically speaking. Pets.com comes to mind. But now the internet is everything. It's hard to imagine anyone being able to do anything without it (paying bills all the way to kids interacting with their teachers after school). Now speeds will continue to increase. And all content imaginable - even 3D - will be able to comfortably "surf" upon its bandwidth. From athletic scholar and satirist to computer programmer to CEO success, John Jazwiec brings a unique and often eccentric perspective to business and supply chain challenges. Exploring how they can be solved through the leadership and communication insights found in untraditional sources. This CEO blog demonstrates how business insights from books on history to the... Source: John Jazwiec Blog

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