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 1 year ago '10        #1
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marx1684 1 heat pts
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Verizon To Start Internet Streaming Service
 

 
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Internet-based live TV streaming services have exploded over the past three years, and one of the latest companies to get in on this action is Verizon Wireless. There's still a lot that's unknown about Verizon's offering, but according to a report from TechCrunch, we at least have a general idea of how things will work.

Verizon will reportedly bundle multiple channels together and offer them as standalone themed apps. For example, there may be separate apps for sports, news, comedy, etc. Content will come from properties that Verizon owns through Oath (such as The Huffington Post, Engadget and TechCrunch) in addition to premium content that's offered by third parties. Pricing details are still unknown, but it sounds like there may be options for both ad-supported and paid content.

Compared to what we've seen in this market so far, Verizon's service sounds quite different. Whether you're using AT&T's DirecTV Now, YouTube TV, Sling TV, or even smaller services like Philo, the setup is very similar to cable and satellite companies in the sense that you use one app for watching all of your content in one place – whether it be through a guide of live programming or on-demand shows.

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20 comments for "Verizon To Start Internet Streaming Service"

 1 year ago '16        #2
B3ckyBoy 42 heat pts42
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 1 year ago '05        #3
Flatbush85 63 heat pts63
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Isn't this what we fought against the repeal of net neutrality for?

 1 year ago '08        #4
J_Clarity13 112 heat pts112
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Don't give in people, so in return they will shut it down if they're not making money off of it.

 1 year ago '04        #5
Mr AirRic 9 heat pts
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 marx1684 said
Content will come from properties that Verizon owns through Oath
they finally get to start cashing in on that acquisition, so good for them on their side.

on the other hand, this is one of the main reasons people were so scared about net neutrality getting repealed. and they barely waited a month...

 1 year ago '05        #6
TheChief 25 heat pts25
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they bout to throttle the competition...again

 1 year ago '08        #7
RoyaL CraCk 5 heat pts
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and some of ya'll said net neutrality is a nonissue lol

 1 year ago '10        #8
marx1684 1 heat pts OP
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 Mr AirRic said
they finally get to start cashing in on that acquisition, so good for them on their side.

on the other hand, this is one of the main reasons people were so scared about net neutrality getting repealed. and they barely waited a month...
Yup. I was hoping they started packaging channels in bundles & started moving away from the traditional landline/internet/TV model & went for a cellphone/internet type of model.

 1 year ago '12        #9
daman729 27 heat pts27
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Wow they didn't even waste any time gettin started.


 1 year ago '06        #10
bigkilla 27 heat pts27
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and so it begins..


where's all the people on here that was saying that this wouldn't happen?

n*ggas are ghost...


Verizon... being the supplier and the competitor..... this is going to turn out well.

 1 year ago '07        #11
joshdogg26 194 heat pts194
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"verizon to throttle all other streaming services"

 1 year ago '07        #12
strongthetruth 12 heat pts12
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 Mr AirRic said
they finally get to start cashing in on that acquisition, so good for them on their side.

on the other hand, this is one of the main reasons people were so scared about net neutrality getting repealed. and they barely waited a month...
Sling TV been doing these same type of packages since they came out. Has nothing to do with net neutrality

 1 year ago '04        #13
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 strongthetruth said
Sling TV been doing these same type of packages since they came out. Has nothing to do with net neutrality
sling TV is not an ISP. completely different case

 1 year ago '07        #14
strongthetruth 12 heat pts12
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 Mr AirRic said
sling TV is not an ISP. completely different case
The article is about tv streaming service. Same as sling tv and direct tv now.

 1 year ago '04        #15
Kalon 4 heat pts
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uh oh

 1 year ago '04        #16
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 strongthetruth said
The article is about tv streaming service. Same as sling tv and direct tv now.
You dont get it, sling tv is not an internet provider, verizon is, if they have this service they can monopolize the market....

They can set the market and companys like sling will eventually be limited in favor of tbeir own in house service..... for example, they can say you must pay extra for a higher data rate to use sling, but if you use our service it will cost 30 more without the data cap... in the past they were
Not allowed to control the market in this manner...

 1 year ago '07        #17
strongthetruth 12 heat pts12
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 jholla31 said
You dont get it, sling tv is not an internet provider, verizon is, if they have this service they can monopolize the market....

They can set the market and companys like sling will eventually be limited in favor of tbeir own in house service..... for example, they can say you must pay extra for a higher data rate to use sling, but if you use our service it will cost 30 more without the data cap... in the past they were
Not allowed to control the market in this manner...
What they’re doing isn’t new though. AT&T has been doing the same with directv now and directv and they’re an ISP as well. Everything you’re saying is hypothetical and has nothing to do with them starting a their own tv streaming service. They’re actually late to the game

 1 year ago '04        #18
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 strongthetruth said
What they’re doing isn’t new though. AT&T has been doing the same with directv now and directv and they’re an ISP as well. Everything you’re saying is hypothetical and has nothing to do with them starting a their own tv streaming service. They’re actually late to the game
That's the point, it makes it harder for amother company such as sling to compete, if all the corporations do this, how would you, an potential company owner yourself be able to compete if only 3 companies controlled everything, part of what helps the economy is competition. If no one is there to compete, they can set prices at whatever they want. That's why net neutrality was such a big deal, you don't have to agree with me, just do your own research....

 1 year ago '07        #19
strongthetruth 12 heat pts12
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 jholla31 said
That's the point, it makes it harder for amother company such as sling to compete, if all the corporations do this, how would you, an potential company owner yourself be able to compete if only 3 companies controlled everything, part of what helps the economy is competition. If no one is there to compete, they can set prices at whatever they want. That's why net neutrality was such a big deal, you don't have to agree with me, just do your own research....
Net neutrality has nothing to do with any of this as of yet. Everything you’re saying is hypothetical. All Verizon did was announce a new TV streaming service. AT&T and Google both did it first and they’re ISP’s as well. As long as Sling’s prices remain low they’ll be just fine. What you’re saying about smaller companies being able to compete with larger corporations is nothing new either. It’s all business at the end of the day

 1 year ago '04        #20
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 strongthetruth said
Net neutrality has nothing to do with any of this as of yet. Everything you’re saying is hypothetical. All Verizon did was announce a new TV streaming service. AT&T and Google both did it first and they’re ISP’s as well. As long as Sling’s prices remain low they’ll be just fine. What you’re saying about smaller companies being able to compete with larger corporations is nothing new either. It’s all business at the end of the day
But what hes saying is this is how it starts. Verizon is just the service provider bringing out their own streaming service like AT&T with DirecTV Now at the moment. That will then shift to them throttling your data if you try to use a non-Verizon affiliated streaming service while offering their streaming service unthrottled but at a premium price to make you decide whether paying less is worth throttled data. It is speculation at this point obviously but dont be surprised when these service providers begin limiting the comp on their network to try and force the customer to do everything with them or face restrictions

 1 year ago '07        #21
strongthetruth 12 heat pts12
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 chctynig2804 said
But what hes saying is this is how it starts. Verizon is just the service provider bringing out their own streaming service like AT&T with DirecTV Now at the moment. That will then shift to them throttling your data if you try to use a non-Verizon affiliated streaming service while offering their streaming service unthrottled but at a premium price to make you decide whether paying less is worth throttled data. It is speculation at this point obviously but dont be surprised when these service providers begin limiting the comp on their network to try and force the customer to do everything with them or face restrictions
Like you said it’s all speculation

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