When it comes to “what’s on the tube,” many providers offer the ability to stream on mobile devices within the home. For example, whether you’re enjoying coffee on the patio or getting ready for work in the bathroom, you can still tune into Indy Style to know what’s going on! Similarly, if you’re out of town for work or on vacation, you can set your DVR to record Indy Style and download it every morning so you can stay on top of key happenings in central Indiana.
Mike Wilson, Director of Public Relations, Comcast in Indiana, explains!
• The Summer Olympic Games in Rio will produce more content by noon on Day 1 than the entire 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Altogether, there will be more than 6,700 hours of Olympics viewing. That would be like watching 250 days, 24 hours a day, or watching every NFL game since the Bejing Olympics.
• This is good news for content junkies, but it can be a challenge to find what you’re looking for. Get up close and personal with your TV provider’s technology to see what’s new. We’ve enhanced our own X1 platform for our customers, giving them the ability to easily search for Olympics content, such as by athlete, sport or nation. This enables viewers to customize the Olympics based on their interests.
• There’s so much going on in central Indiana, especially during the summer. Hoosiers are out and about soaking it all up. But, we all want to stay connected. Check to see if your Internet provider has an app that enables you to connect to public Wi-Fi hotspots, which can help keep you stay connected and save on your wireless data plan.
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