Intel's still-unnamed over-the-top TV service hopes to woo younger consumers with a menu of live and on-demand programming, paired with applications to link users to multiplatform content. Intel doesn't plan to charge less than established pay-TV rivals, but intends to feature "smarter bundles" that may include themed programming choices, according to Eric Free, vice president and general manager of content and services for Intel Media.
Exec: Intel's new TV service will offer "smarter bundles"
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