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Intel to unveil TV services at CES 2013

Intel will reportedly unveil a set-top box and cloud-based TV service at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2013) next week.

The world’s largest manufacturer of semiconductor products, Intel Corp. will begin rolling out the service in the US on a city-by-city basis, in order to avoid licensing issues with content providers, as the company has been facing difficulty in securing licensing deals with content providers.

intelIntel’s TV service is expected to include content from cable TV packages as well as Internet-based content like Netflix Inc.’s streaming service.

Reports of an Intel-based TV service first surfaced in March 2012. At the time, the Wall Street Journal said the service would bundle TV channels much like cable and satellite TV providers already do, but deliver them over the Internet via Intel-branded set-top boxes. If the project is a success in the US, the hope would be that Intel would then look to spread the service to other regions, much like Netflix did. Reuters had a similar story in June.

Intel’s CES press conference is scheduled for Monday, Jan. 7 at 1 p.m. Pacific.

 
 
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