Xfinity Streampix is an online on demand media streaming service offered by Comcast that launched on February 23, 2012, with shows from ABC, NBC, Scripps, Cookie Jar and Lionsgate as well as movies from Sony Pictures, Universal, Snag, Disney and Warner Bros. The service is designed to compete with other online streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Video, and Hulu.[1] The service costs $5 per month, while Comcast customers who subscribe to Internet Plus, Internet Pro Plus, HD Preferred Plus XF Triple Play, HD Premier XF Triple Play or HD Complete XF Triple Play packages receive access to the service at no additional charge.[2]

In late 2019, Comcast announced they will add all four StreamPix channels, StreamPix, StreamPix Westerns, StreamPix Action, StreamPix Voices, to their linear channel lineup. HD versions are available for subscribers using Xfinity set-top-boxes, while SD versions are available for CableCard users including TiVo, silicondust HDHomeRun Prime, and Ceton InfiniTV.[3]

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  1. ^ Gorman, Michael (February 21, 2012). "Comcast to launch Xfinity Streampix streaming video service, challenge Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon (update)". Engadget. Retrieved December 17, 2012.
  2. ^ "Xfinity Streampix". Comcast. Retrieved December 17, 2012.
  3. ^ "StarzEncore Channels Removed from Digital Preferred". Comcast. Retrieved January 27, 2022.