Apple will launch its attack against pay TV companies this fall

Late on Monday, The Wall Street Journal published a report relaying that Apple Inc. has plans to launch a subscription-based streaming TV service this fall. According to the report, Apple’s TV offering will cost users approximately $30 to $40 a month and will offer a somewhat lightweight selection of 25 channels. Some of the cable channels reportedly on-board already include big names such as ESPN and FX. Naturally, the service will reportedly include content from major networks like ABC, CBS and FOX. But notably absent from the mix is NBCUniversal. This is supposedly the result of negotiation difficulties Apple previously experienced with Comcast, NBCUniversal’s parent company. – Yoni Heisler, BGR
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