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  1. Android News

    'Sunday Night Football' will be coming to all smartphones in 2018

    Now that Verizon's exclusivity deal has expired, NBC has announced that the company has acquired the rights to stream its 'Sunday Night Football' programming on all mobile devices in 2018.
  2. Android News

    Snap and NBC steam up for mobile TV shows

    Snap Inc. and NBC have announced a partnership to produce a series of TV shows that will appear only on mobile devices.
  3. Android News

    NBC is shutting down Seeso later this year

    NBC has announced it will shutter its Seeso comedy streaming service later this year. The service launched in January.
  4. Android News

    NBC releases its app for Android TV

    NBC has officially released its Android TV application, making it easier to watch your favorite NBC content.
  5. Android News

    Hulu adds NBC networks to its upcoming live TV service

    Hulu has announced that it will have NBC-owned programming available for its live-streaming service when it launches.
  6. Android News

    Comcast wants to create a streaming service with NBC shows

    Comcast recently relaunched their Xfinity streaming service for cable TV subscribers, but a new report talks about a TV streaming service specifically with NBC shows. It will be similar to Netflix and other TV studio streaming services, but focus solely on shows that NBC owns.
  7. Android News

    NBC invested $500 million in Snap's IPO

    After Snap Inc. went public, it was revealed that NBC Universal invested $500 million into the company.
  8. Android News

    NBC launches E! Now, NBC Universo Now, and Oxygen Now apps

    NBC has launched 3 new mobile apps for their various channels. The apps are E! Now, NBC Universo Now, and Oxygen Now. NBC already made apps for Syfy, Bravo, USA Network, and Telemundo available.
  9. Android News

    Samsung Gear VR customers get exclusive coverage of the Rio 2016 Olympics

    NBC Olympics has announced an exclusive VR experience for Samsung Gear VR customers. Those wanting to enjoy the Olympics in VR will be able to do so on their Samsung headset. All others will, of course, be able to watch in standard viewing settings.
  10. Android News

    You can now listen to local NBC news reports on the Amazon Echo's Flash Briefing feature

    The Amazon Echo has a Flash Briefing feature that lets you get up to speed on some news headlines from various sources. They've already had this feature with headlines from NPR and CNN, but today the company is announcing that local NBC news reports are also being added as a Flash Briefing source.
  11. Android News

    T-Mobile adds 12 new services to Binge On

    T-Mobile today announced the addition of 12 new services to Binge On, their perk of free video that doesn't count against data. These services include Google Play Music, Spotify, Tidal, NBC and more. You'll notice a good deal of these services are primarily music services, but that's because...
  12. Android News

    NextVR partners with NBC to broadcast the upcoming Kentucky Derby in VR

    NextVR has been making a lot of headlines over the last 6-7 months as they are helping various companies broadcast their content in VR. We've seen them get involved with a democratic debate, live boxing matches, concerts, and now they're teaming with NBC this weekend to bring the Kentucky Derby...
  13. Android News

    NBC for Android gets Chromecast support

    NBC has updated their Android app to add Chromecast support. You'll be able to easily beam all your favorite content to your TV so you can enjoy it on the big screen.
  14. Android News

    Chromecast support added to NBC app with latest update

    An update to NBC's official app adds Chromecast support along with a few other usability improvements. Now that Chromecast support is fully integrated into the app, you can easily watch your favorite NBC shows directly on your TV, just as long as you have a Chromecast connected to it.
  15. Android News

    NBC Releases the Seeso Subscription Service into the Google Play Store

    NBC's Seeso application requires a monthly subscription of $3.99 and give you access to some of their content library as well as live streaming shows.