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The Great Courses Plus

I use Xfinity TV with Video Services and  X1 and the smart voice remote. I want to view The Great Courses Plus. How can I  do this?

 

Is there an app that would allow me to access The Great Courses Plus? It can be viewed through a browser, or ROKU.

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@nesbitdave wrote:

I use Xfinity TV with Video Services and  X1 and the smart voice remote. I want to view The Great Courses Plus. How can I  do this?

 

Is there an app that would allow me to access The Great Courses Plus? It can be viewed through a browser, or ROKU.


You can find that information from their website.  Note: This is a pay service and not free, although there is a free trial.

ForrestS

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Another alternative is the Kanopy streaming service, if you are lucky enough to have your local public library as a dues-paying member. (And if you have a library card.)

In addition to 10 free “borrows” per month (movies and documentaries mostly, viewable for 72 hours after a borrow), one can stream an unlimited amount of Great Courses materials.

They probably don’t have the very latest ones, but they’ve got quite a few. Kanopy has both an iPhone app and Roku app.
laser598

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I have the same question and nobody has given an good answer.  I have X1 too. And the Great Courses Plus is ONLY available via streaming. Do I need an external device to capture the stream and project it to my X1? Does Xfinity stream service suffice? We have this huge digital stream coming in via cable but then have to use my wireless network to route through an external device then back to my TV. What am I missing here? 

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Found here:

 

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I too have the same question

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