Spangler, Todd
March 2011
Multichannel News;3/7/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p8
The article discusses applications for television shows and services in the U.S. Brian Roberts, chief executive officer (CEO) of Comcast Corp., says the company has application releases that are part of a much larger effort to reinvent how customers interact with their entertainment on television, online and on mobile devices. It mentions that the Weather Channel Interactive Inc. had more than 35 million cumulative downloads of its advertisement-supported apps on all tablets and smartphones.


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