The phone company is rolling out a new digital video recorder that allows viewers to watch recorded shows on any TV set in their homes, according to a story in the WSJ.
Escalating its competition with cable and satellite TV providers, Verizon Communications is making available a DVR that enables subscribers of its digital video service to also play music and view photos on their TV sets. The DVR service costs $19.95 per month, according to a story in the Marketplace section of the Wall Street Journal.
The service allows viewers to record shows in one room and watch them on a TV set in another room. Customers can also watch the recoreded show on as many as three TV sets at once.