TiVo’s OnePass, a feature that helps viewers catch up and binge out on TV shows, is getting some additional northern exposure.
GCI, Alaska’s largest cable operator, has added OnePass to the Season Pass recording option available on its TiVo-powered platform. OnePass, introduced by TiVo in January, enables users to create and organize custom playlists in their “My Shows” folder, showing if it’s available on linear TV and video-on-demand or from over-the-top sources such as Hulu and Netflix. OnePass also maintains a unified playlist across multiple platforms.
“GCI is dedicated to continuously improving our customers’ entertainment experiences, and we are confident that our already-popular GCI powered by TiVo service has become even better with OnePass,” Paul Landes, GCI’s SVP and GM of consumer services, said in a statement.
GCI ended the first quarter of 2015 with 114,700 basic video subs, with 62,300 taking a digital programming tier.
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