09.11.2007 11:22 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
AT&T tops 100,000 subscribers for U-Verse IPTV service

AT&T has attracted more than 100,000 subscribers to its U-verse TV Internet Protocol-based television (IPTV) service, the company announced last week.

The company soon will launch new content, including more HD channels, including Lifetime Movie Network HD, History Channel HD, Animal Planet HD, TBS HD and Versus/The Golf Channel HD, and will roll out new interactive features to differentiate U-Verse TV from cable TV services. They will include:

  • AT&T U-bar, which brings Internet-like content to the TV screen in the form of customized weather, stock, traffic and sports information.
  • YELLOWPAGES.COM TV, an intuitive new way to search for local businesses and other information using www.yellowpages.com.
  • AT&T Yahoo! Games, available on the TV screen.

For more information, visit www.att.com.

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