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What is AT&T TV? An Inside Look at the Future of TV

These days we expect more than ever from our favorite TV services. We want the option of watching on any of our screens, from the big TV in the living room, to the little screens on our phones. Most of us also want to enjoy the benefits of live programming like sports without giving up on the luxury of streaming and on-demand content. That’s why technology is constantly adapting, to help meet our increasingly high standards.

What is AT&T TV?

AT&T TV is the next step in the evolution of entertainment. Delivered over a high-speed internet connection,[1]it combines the benefits of live TV and sports, on-demand movies and shows, Cloud DVR, and access to HBO, Netflix, Pandora,[2] and access to over 5,000+ apps on Google Play with a Google login. It also includes a Voice Remote, complete with the Google Assistant,[3] so you can use your voice to? search for entertainment, control your compatible smart home devices, and more.[4]

What is the AT&T TV device?

When you subscribe to the AT&T TV service, it comes with a proprietary entertainment device that has the power to become the new entertainment hub of your home. You’ll be able to combine your favorite apps with live TV, sports programming, and Cloud DVR. No more constant switching between devices and inputs—with AT&T TV, it’s all in one place.

AT&T TV includes all of the following:

  • Access to watch live TV and sports.
  • A Voice Remote, complete with the Google Assistant,[5] so you can use your voice to search for entertainment, control your TV and smart home devices, and more.[6]
  • Top sports networks including live national, regional, and local sports channels like ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, NBC Sports Network, and more.[7]
  • Access to over 5,000 popular apps – from sports, to movies and music, to games – on the Google Play Store.[8]
  • Access to more than 55,000 movies and shows on-demand.[9]
  • 500 hours of Cloud DVR storage, so you can record all of your favorite shows and movies.[10]


Stream your favorites anytime, anywhere[11]

Of course, as entertainment evolves, we often prefer our entertainment from our tablets or phones. That’s why you’ll also have access to your favorite content online and through the AT&T TV mobile app. With the app you’ll be able to stream live TV, including your favorite sports events, movies, and even catch your recordings from your Cloud DVR—all right from your phone, tablet, or smart TV.

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This article is AT&T sponsored content written by Matt Johnsen, a TechBuzz contributor. The statements in this article are his own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.

Google, Android TV and Google Play are the trademarks of Google LLC.

[1] AT&T requires high speed internet. Recommend minimum 24 Mbps for optimal viewing on up to 3 concurrent streams (min 8Mbps per stream).

[2] Requires separate subscription/login for HBO, Netflix, and Pandora.

[3] Google login required.? Google is a trademark of Google LLC.

[4] Requires compatible smart home device, app, and service.

[5] Google login required.? Google is a trademark of Google LLC.

[6] Requires compatible smart home device, app, and service.

[7] Regional sports and local channels may vary and not available in select areas.

[8] Google login required. ?Google and Google Play are trademarks of Google, LLC.

[9] Requires subscription to top-tier ULTIMATE programming package.

[10] Data connection required. Recordings expire after 90 days. Restrictions apply.

[11] Available only in the U.S. (excl. Puerto Rico & U.S.V.I.). Requires compatible device and data connection. Limited to 3 concurrent streams.

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