The operator of Charter Spectrum, a streaming video service, has announced a new streaming video platform that will allow subscribers to access an “unlimited” variety of content.
Charter Spectrum has been in the works for about a year, but its launch is a big deal given that the video service has been around for just over two years, with many critics complaining that the company failed to update its website for a long time.
Charter Spectrum’s new offering, dubbed Spectrum, allows subscribers to subscribe to a range of channels that include the likes of Discovery Channel, the Discovery Kids channel, and Nickelodeon’s TeenNick.
The company has also added a “Spectrum Suite,” which includes channel content, including TeenNick, to the Spectrum service.
Spectrum is a bit different from other video streaming services that are currently available.
Instead of using an antenna, Spectrum uses a fiber optic connection.
The Spectrum service is currently only available in New York and New Jersey, and it will be expanding to other states over the next year.
Charter will reportedly be offering subscribers a free two-year trial, which is a pretty hefty deal considering the company only recently released a website.
“Spectrum offers a rich spectrum of quality programming for a variety of audiences, from kids to adults,” said Charter Spectrum CEO and CEO Richard Roberts in a statement.
“We believe Spectrum is a perfect fit for Charter Spectrum.
The platform will allow Charter Spectrum subscribers to stream the full spectrum of programming across channels in new and classic genres.
Spectrum will be a platform for families and kids to discover, discover, and discover again.”
Spectre will also be available to Charter subscribers who have subscribed to the company’s TV Everywhere TV plan, which offers a free video stream for each Charter Spectrum account.
Spectrum’s new streaming platform will also allow subscribers who subscribe to the service to stream their own channels.
As for the actual content available on Spectrum, the company says that it has partnered with a variety (including the Nickelodeons TeenNick channel), as well as “a wide range of award-winning filmmakers and broadcasters.”
The company also says that Spectrum will offer “exclusive content from independent filmmakers, including documentaries and original series, including those made by filmmakers who’ve won awards for their work.”
Spectre’s new product also offers a variety that is likely to appeal to the younger generation.
The service will allow customers to access the channel for free and add a “subscription to Spectrum Suite” for $20 per month.
The Spectrum Suite, however, is not as popular as the “Spectre Suite,” and it seems like it may be limited to subscribers who pay $10 per month per channel.
Spectrum also offers the ability to stream content from existing channels, though the company has yet to confirm this.
Spectrum has also announced that it is working with YouTube and Hulu to offer the “Accessibility of the Future,” which is essentially a free service that allows subscribers with disabilities to watch content with an assistive technology device.
“Spectre is the future,” Roberts told the Verge.
“The Spectrum experience is the best one available on any platform.
It’s a service that can be delivered for a low monthly cost.”