Comcast is integrating YouTube into its set-top box — just like it did with Netflix
Recode ---- The world’s biggest video site is coming to America’s biggest pay TV company: Comcast plans to integrate YouTube into its X1 set-top boxes. It’s the second big move Comcast has made to tie internet video into the traditional TV programming it sells; last year, the pay TV provider* brought Netflix into the X1 box. The YouTube integration, which is supposed to happen later this year, will look a lot like the Netflix integration: X1 users will be able to access all of YouTube’s videos via a dedicated app on the box, and Comcast will also suggest some YouTube videos to video surfers alongside its traditional programming. All of it will be accessible via voice command. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.