Comcast’s Sky launches Sky Glass streaming TV, warns CNBC

From CNBC:

LONDON — Comcast’s European pay-TV offering Sky has launched a smart television called Sky Glass.

The product will allow customers to stream Sky TV and other content over the internet without the need for the Sky Q set-top box or a satellite dish, Sky said.

It’s the biggest hardware announcement that Sky, which competes with Netflix and Amazon on content, has made since it was acquired by Philadelphia-based Comcast in 2018 for $39 billion.

The TV, announced at an event in London Thursday, will be available in the U.K. from Oct. 18 before launching in other European markets next year.

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