TiVo® Premiere Debuts to RCN Customers in the Washington, D.C. Area
RCN customers in the Washington, D.C. area will now receive the TiVo® Premiere box when requesting a DVR. Through this offering, customers can access RCN’s Video ON DEMAND library as well as other TiVo content partners like YouTube videos and Blockbuster On Demand.
Some features offered include:
• Integrated search: Scan across all programming—TV, Video ON DEMAND, and online content—to easily find exactly what you want to watch.
• Automatic recordings: With TiVo’s Season Pass® recordings, your favorite shows record automatically; plus TiVo Wish List® searches find programs based on your interests and records them whenever they’re on.
• Remote scheduling: Schedule recordings remotely from anywhere you have an Internet connection.
• TiVoToGo™ transfers: Take shows with you by transferring them from your TiVo box to a laptop or mobile device.
• Multi-room viewing: Record a show on one TiVo box and watch it on another within the home.
• Control live TV: Pause, rewind, slow-mo, and instantly replay live TV.
• Content storage: Record up to 45 hours of high-definition (HD) programming or up to 400 hours of standard-definition.
• Full HD support: 1080p and 1080i HD formats are fully supported.
Planned future applications include Pandora Internet Radio, FrameChannel, and possible other third-party provided applications.
RCN is the first cable provider to offer TiVo hardware and software as its primary DVR product. RCN will first launch the TiVo Premiere box in Washington, D.C., but will also introduce Premiere in its New York City, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Lehigh Valley markets in the near future.
Pricing, availability, and more information is available by calling 1-800-RING-RCN (746-4726) and on www.rcn.com/tivodc.
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