Comcast unveils movie-TV hub Fancast.com

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 10:06 am

Comcast Corp on Tuesday launched Fancast.com, a one-stop movie-television hub where viewers can watch more than 3,000 hours of TV shows, movie trailers and short videos, check show listings, and dive into a comprehensive actor database.

The Web site by the largest U.S. cable operator will also point fans to where they can watch any show, be it on television, online, On Demand, DVD or in theaters.

The site is the first to gather film and TV offerings scattered all over the Internet on such a large scale, thanks to agreements with content owners such as CBS Corp, Viacom Inc and Hulu.com, which is owned by NBC Universal and News Corp’s Fox Network.

Data partners include Amazon.com Inc’s IMDB, one of the Web’s most popular movie information sites.


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