As cord cutting grows smaller cable TV providers and broadband providers have been looking for ways to offer a streaming option to their subscribers. Now the National Cable Television Cooperative has partnered with Philo to offer the streaming service to their customers.
“Our partnership with NCTC will expand the available options for millions of TV lovers by giving them access to the unique entertainment-focused package we’ve created,” explained Andrew McCollum, Philo’s CEO. “Philo is a perfect complement to the existing services, particularly high-speed internet, that these companies already offer.”
Philo currently features more than 40 top cable channels offering the best in entertainment, lifestyle and knowledge programming, including A&E, AMC, Comedy Central, Food Network, HGTV, ID, Lifetime, MTV, OWN, Tastemade, WE TV and many more.
“This agreement is another way for our members to offer even more choices to their customers,” said Rich Fickle, CEO, and President of NCTC. “We know how important it is that we continue to find new ways to add value to our members and our new relationship with Philo, an innovative and forward-thinking brand, is a powerful step in that direction.”
This deal will help smaller ISPs, and cable operators offer streaming products similar to what Charter and Comcast are currently doing. No details have been announced about what companies will be offering Philo but look for ISPs and cable providers to offer Philo in the months and years to come.
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