Comcast Launches "Xfinity on Campus" at Carnegie Mellon and Lebanon Valley College

  • Comcast
PHILADELPHIA — Comcast and both Carnegie Mellon University and Lebanon Valley College announced the launch of Xfinity On Campus at the two schools. Xfinity On Campus is a service that allows college students to watch live TV and On Demand content on their IP-enabled devices, such as laptops, tablets and smartphones.

Xfinity On Campus offers more than 100 live cable channels, including every major broadcast network, as well as channels like AMC, Bravo, Comedy Central, ESPN, FX and MTV. The service, which is included within room and board for students living in on-campus housing, includes access to thousands of current season TV shows and hit movies via Xfinity On Demand. While off campus, students can use their university credentials to sign in and access online programming that’s part of their subscriptions via TV Everywhere websites and apps such as WatchESPN and FXNOW.

Xfinity On Campus students can also upgrade to a selection of premium channels at additional cost, including HBO, Showtime, STARZ and the Sports Entertainment Package, which includes popular channels like ESPN Goal Line.

Powered by Comcast’s cloud-based X1 Entertainment Operating System, Xfinity On Campus provides an opportunity to introduce a younger generation to the company’s next-generation video product. X1 delivers an immersive and personalized entertainment experience across all devices in an interface that is sleek, intuitive and makes search and discovery of content easier than ever.


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