Nine NBC Universal Channels Coming To Verizon Wireless V CAST Phones

Verizon
Wireless, and NBC Universal (NBCU) are bringing television’s hottest
programming to V CAST-enabled phones. Starting now, V CAST customers with
select phones can view short video on demand from NBCU’s entire suite of video
channels, including NBC News, entertainment news from “Access Hollywood,”
NBC Sports, NBC Comedy with “The Office,” “30 Rock,”
“The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and “Late Night with Conan
O’Brien,” BravoToGo, NBC Entertainment, Telemundo, mun2, and iVillage.

Hit video
content from NBC’s Entertainment line-up includes clips from “Heroes”
and “Friday Night Lights,” as well as a dedicated channel for comedy
clips from “Late Night with Conan O’Brien.” Subscribers will also
have access to Bravo’s Emmy-nominated culinary hit “Top Chef” and
the upcoming Emmy-nominated “Project Runway,” iVillage’s love and
health focused video content from the leading digital property for women, four
daily updates from “Access Hollywood” and mun2’s award-winning viral
videos.

“NBCU
continues to be a leader in extending the reach of our brands across mobile devices,”
said Jean-Briac (JB) Perrette, president, NBC Universal Digital Distribution.
“Through our expanded partnership with Verizon, consumers can watch an
extensive offering of NBCU content where and when they want.”

With V
CAST Video, customers from coast to coast get video content on demand,
including news, weather and sports updates, clips from popular TV programs,
music videos, movie trailers, and more. Verizon Wireless customers with select
V CAST-enabled phones can find NBC News and entertainment news from
“Access Hollywood” in the News & Weather category, NBC Sports in
the Sports category, NBC Comedy and “Late Night with Conan O’Brien”
in the Comedy category, BravoToGo and NBC Primetime in the TV & Film
category, Telemundo and mun2 in the Latino category, and iVillage in the
Lifestyle category.

To get V
CAST, customers with select V CAST-enabled phones can check out V CAST whenever
they want for just $3.00 for 24-hour use or by signing up for the $15.00 V CAST
VPak monthly subscription. Customers get unlimited basic video — including the
nine channels from NBC Universal — but application download fees apply for 3D
games and premium video. There are no airtime charges to download, stream or
watch V CAST content.