Suddenlink Communications has launched its own branded version of TV Everywhere, dubbed Suddenlink2GO, an online video service featuring thousands of hours of programming accessible anywhere a customer has a computer and a high-speed Internet connection.
According to Suddenlink, customers will have access to tens of thousands of hours of full-length TV episode and shorter video clips, plus more than 1,300 movies. The service was developed in partnership with Synacor.
Suddenlink2GO incorporates other online programming services like HBO GO and MAX GO (available to Home Box Office and Cinemax subscribers) as well as select shows from TBS, TNT, truTV, Cartoon Network and Adult Swim. In many cases, the programming is available within 24 hours of their original air dates, to Suddenlink customers that subscribe to the services. In addition, Suddenlink 2GO customers also can access a wide range of programming from online site Hulu, all integrated into a single interface.
"Our mission with Suddenlink2GO is to provide our customers with greater flexibility, and choice in their search for compelling video content," Suddenlink's chief marketing and sales officer Jerry Dow said in a statement. "We are actively working to expand both the diversity of content and the number of technologies from which that content can be accessed, including popular mobile devices such as smart phones and the iPad."
Suddenlink has about 1.3 million customers in Texas, West Virginia, Louisiana, Arkansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, and elsewhere.
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