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Comcast TV Everywhere plan launches; AT&T to make net neutrality announcement

Comcast will announce in a few minutes the nationwide launch of its TV Everywhere plan, its own version of a industry-wide effort to bring more videos online for cable customers. The cable giant, which is about to become a media giant with its merger with NBC Universal, sees its online video program as key to reaching as many eyeballs over as many screens and devices as possible.

We'll listen in on part of the call, but it interferes with an announcement by AT&T around noon on net neutrality. Post Tech will hop over to lobby offices of AT&T to catch that announcement and let you know highlights from both.

By Cecilia Kang  |  December 15, 2009; 11:26 AM ET
 
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