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Member Since: ‎12-03-2005
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Live TV through Xfinity.com

Are there any channels we can get live?  I see there was a link for Disney channels on the home page, but are there any others?

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Re: Live TV through Xfinity.com

There's HLN & CNN.  4 ESPN channels, a few Disney's, and if your in a Pac-12 area, some kind of Pac-12 stream.

 

That's it for now.  That's more than there was 6 months ago.




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Re: Live TV through Xfinity.com

Thank you. Sounds like Comcast is working on expanding this feature.  It sure would be nice when away from home.

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Re: Live TV through Xfinity.com


Anon1510990 wrote:

Thank you. Sounds like Comcast is working on expanding this feature.  It sure would be nice when away from home.


JayInAlg is correct but I would like to add that we are considering adding more live channels to Xfinity.com/tv in the future.

 

There is no timetable or specific channels set but when we know more, we will update this board.

 

Thanks for your feedback,
Joe
XfinityTV.com/Xfinity.com Support
Twitter: @XfinityTVJoe

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Re: Live TV through Xfinity.com

I see those channels and click on them takes to download xfinity tv app On iPad. But app is already there on iPad. I don't see any option for live tv app the app. Something is missing! 

 

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SV23 wrote:

I see those channels and click on them takes to download xfinity tv app On iPad. But app is already there on iPad. I don't see any option for live tv app the app. Something is missing! 

 


To watch live TV on your iPad, you will need AnyPlay. Go here to learn more:

 

http://info.xfinity.com/Portal/content/Comcast/VideoMicrosites/AnyPlay/index.aspx

 

Thanks,
Joe
XfinityTV.com/Xfinity.com Support
Twitter: @XfinityTVJoe

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Re: Live TV through Xfinity.com

That's a h.s. answer. We can stream online from a PC... why not from a mobile device?