Suddenlink Grows TiVo Stream Footprint

Suddenlink has announced the availability of TiVo (NASDAQ:TIVO) Stream service to several communities in its Mid South region. TiVo Stream allows customers to stream TV shows around the house wirelessly on iOS devices, and also transfer DVR-recorded programs to the same mobile devices for later viewing on the go. Android devices and access to VOD content are expected to be added later.

TiVo Stream is now available in communities in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Missouri. It was previously launched in New Mexico, North Carolina and Texas. Suddenlink expects to launch it in additional markets in the near future.

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