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DOGTV, Gaia and Stringray Karaoke On Demand Subscriptions Launch

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Effective March 22, three new paid subscription On Demand services – DOGTV, Gaia and Stingray Karaoke – will be available to all XFINITY TV customers! Each subscription service includes:

  • More content added every month.
  • All or most content available in HD.
  • Access through TV boxes, online with the XFINITY Stream portal and on mobile devices with the XFINITY Stream app.

Programming for these subscriptions includes:

  • DOGTV On Demand ($4.99 per month) offers scientifically designed programs for dogs to keep them more calm and happy, especially when home alone.
  • Gaia On Demand ($9.99 per month) provides films, documentaries and original programs to create an open-minded dialogue and a welcoming space to explore the mind, body and soul.
  • Stingray Karaoke On Demand ($6.99 per month) offers thousands of karaoke songs across a wide variety of categories, including Pop, Rock, Country, Latin, Kids, Disney and more. (Please note that tonight, March 21, at 11:59:59 PM ET, the free Stingray Karaoke On Demand content will no longer be available in order to expand the karaoke library as a subscription service.)

 

 




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