Comcast customers will be able to use these devices to access live and on-demand programming as well as their cloud DVR recordings.
The service will only work in the home so consumers wouldn’t be able to authenticate their Roku device and then stream their programming in a second household.
However, the service won’t require consumers to rent a separate set-top box from the cable company anymore.
Instead, they can just opt to buy a Roku streamer or download the Xfinity TV app to their supported Samsung smart TV.
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Comcast customers will be able to stream Xfinity TV programming to select Roku streaming devices, Roku TVs and 2016 Samsung smart TVs later this year, the company announced Wednesday.
This is the first time for Comcast to offer its cable TV service without a dedicated set-top box.
Comcast isn’t the first pay TV operator to go down this route.
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