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Comcast Expands SEEiT, Real-time Conversation Platform

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Comcast’s popular SEEiT platform, which debuted this Fall, links Twitter conversations to actionable steps like tuning into a TV show or setting your DVR. Now, the platform is expanding to include millions of users by adding additional video distributors, networks and popular shows.

ABC Entertainment Group, A+E Networks Group, AMC Networks Inc., Cablevision’s Optimum TV, Charter Communications, Crown Media Family Networks, Discovery Communications, Fox Networks Group and Time Warner Cable are expected to join SEEiT in early 2014.

In addition, SEEiT will also be available to millions of Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications and Cablevisions’s Optimum TV subscribers. They will join Xfinity TV customers in accessing a menu of SEEiToptions, such as:

· Tune to live TV or start a show On Demand

· Tune-in to a show online or on their mobile device via participating partners

· Set DVRs or a reminder to watch a certain show

To learn more check out this article from Variety.com

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