The BlackBerry Z10 was officially released last week as it was made available on AT&T and today, it has been made available for T-Mobile customers. Not only has the Z10 officially launched in the U.S., but the new BlackBerry 10 OS has also been released to the masses. The content selection for the BlackBerry 10 platform are slim pickings at this point, but BlackBerry is announcing some additional worthwhile content for its new OS.
BlackBerry is partnering with PBS, Univision and Viacom to bring a number of their popular programming, including Downton Abebey and shows from channels such as Comedy Central, MTV and Nickelodeon to BlackBerry’s video catalog. Today’s partnership seems to be exclusive to BlackBerry 10 U.S. users as there’s currently no word on when or if it would be released across additional markets.
Today’s announcement helps bulk up BlackBerry 10′s already impressive list of content providers as the three providers announced today join the ranks of ABC Studios, CBS, Warner Bros. and Starz Digital Media, to name a few. We’re sure you Z10 owners are going to enjoy all of this new content on your 4.2-inch screen, but you future Q10 owners may have some trouble watching some of these videos.RELATED
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