AT&&:S is launching a new corporate service called SelectTech that lets customers stream TV from AT&, Comcast and Verizon, and other providers in the entertainment industry.
The new service, which will be offered through AT&S’ SelectTech platform, comes at a time when the company is looking to diversify its TV business by expanding its entertainment offerings.
AT&:’s new entertainment program is a sign of the company’s growing focus on digital media.
It’s part of a broader strategy to diversified its business, including investing in video content and content partnerships.
“The new program will help us further differentiate SelectTech from the other companies in the sector, as well as our competitors, to provide more choice, choice, and choice at the same time,” AT&s chief executive officer Randall Stephenson said in a statement.
We are announcing a new service today to help select entertainment providers across the country reach customers in their local markets.
It will help AT&’s SelectTech services to compete on price, security, and speed with competitors.
This service will also offer new opportunities for AT&t to bring its innovative services to the entire entertainment ecosystem.
SelectTech is being introduced by AT&:S as part of its effort to create a digital platform for entertainment content and services.
For the first time, AT& is offering select entertainment content from other providers through SelectTech, the company said.
The company will launch the service later this month.