New York’s cable companies want to bring Directv to the U.S., but some of them have reservations about the service.
A group of cable companies is pressing to bring the cable giant to the country, according to a filing on Wednesday with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The filing includes a list of the cable companies that have expressed interest in bringing the streaming service to the region.
DirecTv, owned by Time Warner, is one of the major streaming providers in the U .
It’s a $60-per-month service, and offers cable-based cable packages with high-definition TV packages for $15 per month, according.
DirecTV, however, is currently unavailable in the United Kingdom and Canada.
It is available in Germany and Austria, but it’s unclear if DirecTeams plans to expand its reach beyond those countries.
The company has also struggled to bring content to U.K. and Canadian subscribers.
In response to the filing, DirecTS spokesman Brian Mims said the company will “fully explore all options.”
The filing says DirecTs goal is to have DirecTiVo available for the United states by the end of this year.
Dish Network, which is also one of several companies interested in bringing Directs streaming service, has said it plans to launch the service later this year in its U.k. territory.
Dish also has plans to roll out its own streaming service in the coming weeks, the filing said.DISH NETWORK has plans for its own cable-only streaming service called DishFi.
The service is slated to launch in the first half of 2019, the FCC filing said, but Dish is still evaluating the timing of the launch.
Dive Insight: How DirecFi, Dish’s own streaming app, is getting its footingIn addition to Direc, Dish has also expressed interest from Cablevision, which also has a stake in Direc.
The FCC filing also says Cablevision is “considering the launch of a standalone streaming service,” which could potentially launch later this month.
Cablevision CEO Dan Rogoff told investors in February that Dish’s plan to launch its own video-on-demand service “could potentially happen in the near future.”