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HBO Go is a TV Everywhere service offered by the American premium cable network HBO. It allows HBO subscribers to stream video on demand selections of

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HBO GoType of siteVideo on demandAvailable inEnglish, Thai, Spanish, PortuguesePredecessor(s)HBO on BroadbandHeadquartersNew York City, New York, United StatesArea servedUnited States, Thailand,[1] Latin America[2], Philippines (Via SkyCable) OwnerWarnerMedia EntertainmentKey peopleRichard Plepler (CEO)Websiteplay.hbogo.comRegistrationSubscription to HBO through participating pay television provider required to access contentLaunchedFebruary 18, 2010 (2010-02-18)Current statusActive

HBO Go is a TV Everywhere service offered by the American premium cable network HBO. It allows HBO subscribers to stream video on demand selections of HBO content, including current and past series, films, specials, and sporting events, through either the HBO website, or apps on mobile devices, video game consoles, and digital media players. The service first launched on February 18, 2010.

Contents
  • 1 Overview
  • 2 HBO Now
  • 3 Content
  • 4 Platforms
  • 5 References
Overview

HBO Go is the successor to HBO on Broadband, which was originally launched in January 2008 to Time Warner Cable customers in Green Bay and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.[3][4] Programming content available on the service consisted of 400 hours of feature and HBO original television films (including 130 movie titles that rotated monthly), specials and original series that could be downloaded to computers, at no extra charge for HBO subscribers; in order to access HBO on Broadband content, users had to be a digital cable customer that had a subscription to HBO, and used their cable company as their internet service provider.

The service launched nationally as HBO Go on February 18, 2010, initially available through Verizon FiOS.[5] Over the following years, the service expanded to other providers including AT&T U-verse, Comcast, Cox Communications, Time Warner Cable,[6] DirecTV,[7] Dish Network,[8] Suddenlink Communications,[9] and Charter Communications in some states,[10][11] as well as through Google TV.[12]

At launch, the service was accessible only on personal computers via the HBO website. Applications for iOS and Android devices were released on April 29, 2011, making the service available on smartphones and tablet computers.[13] The app had over one million downloads in its first week, and was downloaded over three million times by the end of June 2011.[14][15]

In October 2011, Roku streaming players became the first television-connected devices to support the service, and availability was later rolled out to the Apple TV, Chromecast, PlayStation consoles, Samsung Smart TVs, and Xbox consoles. Availability on set-top boxes and gaming consoles is determined by individual cable providers in the United States with some omissions. Currently Comcast does not support the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Fire TV and did not support Roku players until late 2014.[16][17] Sling TV subscribers who receive HBO through that service are unable to access HBO GO, since HBO's live feed and on-demand content is available through the Sling TV apps.[18] The same also applies to PlayStation Vue subscribers except they also have access to HBO Now.[19]

In January 2019 HBO Go was dropped from PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Samsung Smart TVs released before 2013.[20]

HBO Now Main article: HBO Now

On October 15, 2014, following a trial of a similar service in Nordic Europe, HBO announced that it planned to launch an over-the-top subscription service in 2015, which would allow "cord cutters", "cord nevers", and subscribers to basic cable packages to subscribe to HBO without requiring either a subscription to a pay television provider or to a premium bundle. The decision marks a significant change to HBO's business model, as the service will be marketed directly to consumers rather than through television providers. The new offering will primarily target "cord cutters" and "cord nevers", who primarily use online video services, such as Netflix or Hulu, to stream video content and television programming rather than subscribing to a cable television or satellite provider.[21][22] The new service, HBO Now, was officially unveiled on March 9, 2015 for a launch in April of that year, with mobile and digital media player support exclusive to Apple devices at launch.[23]

The over-the-top service was launched in Latin America in June 2017, although under the name HBO Go.

Content

HBO Go streams a selection of theatrically released films (via film studios that maintain distribution deals with HBO including 20th Century Fox, Universal Pictures and network sister company Warner Bros. Pictures) with a significant number of titles added and removed from the service every month. HBO original series are available on a permanent basis. New episodes of current series are typically available for streaming beginning at the time of their initial broadcast in the Eastern Time Zone on the linear HBO channel.[24]

However, HBO Go does not carry several past HBO series, such as Tales from the Crypt, Tenacious D, 1st & Ten, Da Ali G Show, or The Ricky Gervais Show.[25] The Larry Sanders Show and Arliss were initially unavailable but added in 2016 and 2018 respectively.[26][27] Moreover, unlike TV Everywhere services offered by most other broadcast and cable-satellite television networks, HBO Go does not provide access to near-real-time streams of HBO's linear channels. (Max Go, the TV Everywhere service of sister premium service Cinemax, also does not offer streams of any of that network's linear television channels.)

Platforms
  • Amazon Fire TV (December 16, 2014)[28]
  • Android (April 29, 2011)[13]
  • Android TV (October 29, 2015)[29]
  • iOS (April 29, 2011)[13]
  • Apple TV (June 19, 2013)[30]
  • Google Chromecast (November 22, 2013)[31]
  • MediaCorp Toggle (February 14, 2019)[32]
  • PlayStation 4 (March 3, 2015)[33]
  • Roku streaming players (October 11, 2011)[34][35]
  • Samsung Smart TVs, manufactured 2013 or later (February 17, 2012)[36]
  • TiVo (February 16, 2016)[37]
  • Xbox One (November 20, 2014)[38]
References
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  8. ^ "Dish Network Offers HBO GO and MAX GO, Presenting More Than 1,800 On-Demand Movies and Original Series to Online Customers". Dish Network (Press release). April 21, 2011.
  9. ^ Todd Spangler (April 26, 2011). "Suddenlink Takes HBO And Cinemax To Go". Multichannel News. NewBay Media.
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  12. ^ Paul Demery (October 5, 2010). "Amazon and Netflix will be on Google TV". Internet Retailer.
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  18. ^ https://help.hbogo.com/hc/en-us/articles/205404147-Can-I-subscribe-to-HBO-GO-by-using-Sling-as-my-TV-provider-
  19. ^ Dwayne Benefield. PS Vue: HBO, Cinemax, New Ultra Plan Arrive Today, playstation.com, September 29, 2016.
  20. ^ Device support changes: PlayStation 3, Samsung TV, and Xbox 360
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