Denver-based startup Layer3 TV is launching its service in the Windy City, reports ChicagoInno
A well-funded cable TV startup is looking to take on traditional cable providers, and it's about to launch in Chicago to try and woo fed up Comcast customers.
, a Denver startup with $100 million in funding, is launching in Chicago in the coming weeks, according
. It's 4K compatible set-top box gives customers over 150 channels, the ability to record eight shows at once, and space to store 2,000 shows and movies. And it's algorithm learns your TV watching behavior over time to recommend the best things to watch and where you can find them.
Layer3 TV features a sleek design that let's you seamlessly toggle between cable TV, Netflix and Hulu, YouTube, and your Facebook and Twitter feeds. Rather than taking on Netflix, Layer3 TV has its sights set on cable providers like Comcast, which despite the increasing number of cord cutters, still have strongholds in markets across the U.S.
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