Comcast’s Xfinity TV brings York area customers access to more than 95,000 TV shows and movies

Comcast’s Xfinity TV announced today that it expanded the number of programming choices available to Xfinity TV customers in York. According to a news release, the increase in Xfinity On Demand and high-definition choices brings local customers access to more than 95,000 TV shows and movies. Customers will also have access to a new complimentary subscription video service, Xfinity Streampix, which provides instant access to a catalog of movies and TV shows across multiple screens inside and out of the home. It lets users watch TV episodes of current seasons and complete past seasons of broadcast and cable shows. (Yes, retro cartoon junkies, that includes “Inspector Gadget.”)

The expansion of Xfinity On Demand content is made possible by a new content storage and distribution system via Comcast’s fiber network. It will enable Xfinity TV to deliver more content in futureTo launch Streampix, Comcast entered into licensing agreements with movie studios and programming providers including Disney-ABC Television Group, NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros. Digital Distribution and Cookie Jar Entertainment. For details about Comcast Xfinity, Streampix and other services, visit

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2 Responses to Comcast’s Xfinity TV brings York area customers access to more than 95,000 TV shows and movies

  1. JQP1122 says:

    Wow, this is the first time in memory that Comcast has provided an additional service “complimentary”. But alas, I will wait for the other shoe to drop and the Comcast notice stating that they will be increasing cable / internet rates. It’s only a matter of a short time.

  2. Anon says:

    How bout they worry about showing us the local sunday football games and fix all the known issue like helicopter volume or fixing the guide thats two years overdue according to multiple supervisors i spoke with. Getting real old. If it wasnt for internet it would be cya time. The only thing that save comcrap.

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