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ViacomCBS, Comcast strike new deal that extends access to Paramount+ and Pluto TV

NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA – ViacomCBS Inc. and Comcast Cable today announced the companies have reached comprehensive distribution agreements to deliver ViacomCBS' full portfolio of broadcast, entertainment, news, and sports programming to Xfinity customers.

The multi-year deal features renewed carriage of ViacomCBS' networks – including CBS Television Network, BET, CBS Sports Network, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Paramount Network, Pop TV, Smithsonian Channel, SHOWTIME, and others — in addition to extending the availability of ViacomCBS' popular streaming services Paramount+, Pluto TV and SHOWTIME OTT, as well as expanding Comcast's rights to include BET+.

Xfinity delivers all the best live, on demand and streaming entertainment to customers via its X1 and Flex devices, all accessible and discoverable with the award-winning Xfinity Voice Remote. X1 and Flex customers can access ViacomCBS programming by saying the name of a channel (like "CBS" or "BET" or "SHOWTIME") or streaming services (like "Paramount+" or "Pluto TV") in the voice remote, or by saying the name of a desired title from the ViacomCBS channels or streaming services.

Other terms of the agreements were not disclosed.

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