Verizon’s streaming TV service might have standalone app ‘channels’

There still isn’t a ton of information about Verizon’s upcoming streaming TV service, but a new report from TechCrunch last week did shed some light on what Verizon’s overall strategy with the service might look like.

According to TechCrunch’s source, Verizon’s service would look to bundle content together in themed “channels,” each its own standalone app and with a focus on a specific topic like news, sports, or entertainment. All this would still be separate from the company’s existing Go90 mobile video service as well.

The channels would combine content already available from Verizon-owned Oath properties (like TechCrunch, The Huffington Post, Engadget, and others), along with premium third-party content. It’s still unclear whether...

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via The Verge - Tech Posts ""


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