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Comcast expands Xfinity digital store with Warner Bros. films and television

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Comcast and Warner Bros. have signed an agreement that will bring blockbuster titles including Gravity, 42, Argo, The Great Gatsby and others to the Xfinity On Demand digital store for purchase, often weeks before the DVD release. The Xfinity On Demand digital store now offerings movies and television shows for purchase from FOX, Lionsgate, NBCUniversal and Warner Bros.

Customers can access purchases from the Xfinity On Demand digital store anytime, anywhere and on any device. With the Xfinity TV GO app, customers can download movies and shows to watch later, even when offline.

“We are thrilled to add Warner Bros.’ hit films and television shows to our rapidly expanding offering of titles available for purchase,” said Michael Schreiber, Senior Vice President of Content Acquisition at Comcast. “Our Xfinity On Demand platform provides customers with the most current content, where and when they want it, and the incredible success of our digital store and cloud-based digital locker will only continue to grow as we expand the platform.”

Gravity, one of the top-grossing movies of 2013, earned 10 Academy Award nominations including Best Actress, Best Director and Best Picture and will be among the first titles for purchase, beginning February 11. Additional Warner Bros. titles that will become available for purchase include: 42, Argo, The Great Gatsby, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Man of Steel, Pacific Rim, Prisoners, We’re the Millers, The Conjuring, The Following, Getaway, The Hangover Part III, and Veronica Mars.

In November 2013, Comcast became the first pay-television provider in the country to sell Digital HD content for download and streaming. The company’s Xfinity TV customers quickly embraced the new feature and, according to Universal Pictures, helped make Comcast the nation’s top digital seller of Despicable Me 2 for the week ending December 3.

Comcast customers have the ability to purchase movies and television shows - often weeks before they are available to rent or purchase on Blu-ray and DVD - and store them, seamlessly, in the cloud. Their content can be enjoyed anywhere, anytime, on their TV, PC or mobile devices, without the hassle of managing discs or remembering passwords. Purchased titles are added to the customer’s On Demand menu which is easily accessible on the TV, online at XfinityTV.com or via the Xfinity On Demand Purchases app.

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