Atlantic Broadband and TiVo come together

Advanced television market leader TiVo, and Atlantic Broadband, the 12th largest cable operator offering bundled TV, Internet and Phone services in the US, today announced from the NCTA 2013 Cable show in Washington, D.C. that Atlantic Broadband has partnered exclusively with TiVo to power its slate of digital entertainment services across TV, Web and Mobile platforms.

Atlantic Broadband is the first U.S. MSO to leverage TiVo’s complete product suite which delivers a unified experience that spans whole home DVR, HD Set tops for non DVR households, access to Internet delivered video and applications, and multi-screen viewing experiences delivered through a smart online portal and an Atlantic Broadband customized mobile application.

“TiVo is now doing for multi-screen TV entertainment just what they did with the launch of their DVR over a decade ago — pioneering a new way for consumers to get more value and convenience from their TV services,” says David Isenberg, Atlantic Broadband’s Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer. “Increasingly, consumers are watching shows from many different sources on all sorts of screens both in their home and on the go. But, we think it’s still much too hard for consumers to find the shows they care about quickly and easily on any screen across many content sources. We sought a solution from a single provider that could address these needs in a unified fashion across TV, web and mobile devices.”

Atlantic Broadband will commence rollout later this year, offering the full suite of TiVo products and services to its subscribers, including TiVo’s multi-room DVR solution, the TiVo Preview HD Set Top, and TiVo’s complete whole-home solutions including TiVo Stream, TiVo Web Portal, and TiVo Mobile Applications for IOS and Android.


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