Blue Ridge Communications said it will launch subscription video on demand service Amazon Prime Video this weekend to its customers with TiVo set top boxes.
“Our customers have been asking for this, and we’re thrilled to add Amazon Prime Video just in time for the holiday season,” Blue Ridge VP of operations Mark Masenheimer said in a press release, noting that it was about a year ago that the operator launched TiVo’s Experience 4 platform, which integrates other SVOD services like Netflix, Hulu, You Tube and HBO Go.
Blue Ridge TiVo customers will be able to access Amazon Prime original programming like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Sneaky Pete, BOSCH, Goliath and the second season of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, which begins on Nov. 1.
To access Amazon Prime Video, customers will need to subscribe to Blue Ridge TiVo service, have a high- speed internet connection and a separate subscription to the SVOD service.
Blue Ridge services more than 170,000 homes in northeastern and southeastern Pennsylvania.
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