TiVo’s strategy of empowering second and third tier US cable providers continues to bear fruit as GCI is now collecting names for what looks like a brewing DVR launch:
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GCI’s imagery appears to be sourced from the same photoshoot displayed on TiVo’s recent home page update and shows a TiVo Premiere, TiVo Stream, and iPads in action. However, unlike TiVo partner Suddenlink, there is no mention or pics of the TiVo Mini extender. As one may imagine, the Netflix app doesn’t appear to be offered via GCI’s upcoming TiVo package, but YouTube, Amazon VOD, Pandora and GCI On Demand are featured – although monthly fees have not yet been revealed… beyond promises of a free install.