Verizon’s internet TV service coming in mid-2015, may let you pick only channels you want

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Verizon’s internet-based TV service will arrive sometime in mid-2015, CEO Lowell McAdam said today. And apparently the company is finding broad support for its effort. At that time, consumers will be able to subscribe to a programming bundle that includes the big four networks (ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC), and also “custom channels.” McAdam didn’t expand on this much, according to Deadline, but he gave a nod to “very exciting” programming like DreamWorks Animation’s AwesomenessTV, which will presumably factor into Verizon’s plans.

There’s even better news, though. At least for, it sounds like Verizon doesn’t want to overwhelm customers with hundreds of channels they have zero interest in ever watching. “Everyone understands it will go to a…

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