Comcast plans to offer music videos on-demand to its broadband Internet subscribers early next year, part of a multiyear deal with the television network Music Choice, the Associated Press reported.
Some 6.7 million Comcast broadband customers will have access to the cable company’s new service at launch. In addition to being able to choose from a selection of music videos, computer users will also be able to buy song downloads through a partnership with Napster 2.0 and browse dozens of music video and audio channels.
Users will eventually be able to create a video playlist or music channel on their computers and access it through their digital cable boxes.
Initially, up to 2000 music videos will be available through the service.
For more information, visit www.comcast.net.
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