Comcast buys cable channel with Comcast’s DirecTV Now deal

Comcast is buying the entertainment company Directv Now.

The cable giant is buying DirectTV Now for $45 billion.

The deal is subject to regulatory approval.

Comcast has not said when it plans to roll out the service.

The merger with Direc TV was approved in January.

The new deal includes Direc tv channels in more than 90 countries.

Comcast, the country’s largest cable company, has been seeking to gain a foothold in the cable TV market.

Comcast currently has channels in nearly 40 countries, including the U.S., the U, Britain, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore.

The company’s service includes over 2.6 million subscribers and is available to a growing number of households across the U-S.

Comcast’s other channels include HBO GO, Starz, StarTribune, NBC Sports Live Extra, and CNBC.

Comcast was previously the nation’s largest pay TV operator, and has been gaining traction with its digital streaming services.

Comcast and other tech companies have been working to build out their own services and compete with cable TV companies.

They are now trying to win back customers by offering a more affordable bundle of services, and offering them more options.

In December, Comcast and rival Charter Communications agreed to pay $45.4 billion for Time Warner Cable.

Comcast is the largest U.K. cable provider and the third largest U-K.

company after British Telecom and BT.