Verizon seems to be nearing the launch of its long-in-the-works internet video service, and now Variety has given us the name: it’ll be called Go90. That’s some absolutely horrid, nonsensical branding, but the actual product doesn’t sound nearly so bad — and apparently it’ll be completely free (at least to start). Over the last several months, Verizon has quietly rounded up some important partners like Viacom, ESPN, CBS Sports, the NFL, and DreamWorks.
Variety reports that a website for the service was accidentally made public this week, revealing the name and also showcasing TV shows from AMC and Fox, two content providers that Verizon hasn’t yet announced. GoPro and Vevo are also said to be contributing content to the service, and…
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Author: Chris Welch
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