Samsung talking with programmers about streaming TV service, report says

Samsung has reached out the major programming conglomerates to find out what they'd charger to make their programing available in an IP-delivered service, according to Bloomberg. 

The news service describes Samsung's talks as being in the early stages. The South Korean consumer electronics company is only the latest to mull competition with traditional pay-TV services in the area of channel bundling. 

You can read the full Bloomberg report here

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