Utilizing the most modern technology, and a major upgrade in the type of television and mobile video services ever, Comcast is dedicated to bring Indy households the 2014 Winter Olympics into their homes as never before. A new service of Comcast’s Xfinity service, called “X1” will allow persons watching on their TV sets at home, on their computers, mobile phones and tablets, the ability to see “Every Minute, Every Medal, Every Screen” of the Winter Olympics, either in real time or on demand. NBC, which is a division on Comcast, is providing broadcast coverage of the Olympics on WTHR/Channel 13 and on the CNBC, MSNBC, USA and NBC Sports Network cable channels. Some 500 hours worth including in prime time on NBC. But there’s over 1,100 additional hours of Olympics coverage available to Comcast customers with the new X1 service.
Comcast Vice-President for Operations in Indiana Larry Williamson and Director of PR or Comcast’s Heartland Region, appeared on Afternoons with Amos to talk about Comcast’s coverage of the Winter Olympics and the opportunity for the community to not only watch American athletes in action, but also to watch other athletes of color competing in the Winter Games. Comcast’s X1 service is available to Comcast customers or those who’d like to be. For information call 1-800-COMCAST or Click this Link. Comcast XFinity Winter Olympics Website Click the Arrow to Hear Amos’ Interview with Comcast about their Coverage of the Winter Olympics. Runs 15 Minutes ©2014 WTLC/Radio One.