Yes, Comcast has the TV Guide Network or TVGN Channel. TV Guide Network is seen in over 80 million homes countrywide and online at TVGuide.com, a one-stop fan destination catering to 21 million unique users per month.How do you set up Comcast TV?
Connect the power cord to the power port on the back of the Comcast box. Plug the cord into a wall outlet. Turn on the Comcast box and TV set. Switch the TV to channel three. Use the "Input" button on the TV remote to change its video input channel to coincide with the input port used to receive the Comcast TV signal.What channels are included in Comcast basic cable?
According to Comcast, the Limited Basic cable option includes several local broadcast stations such as ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and PBS. Local government and educational channels are also included in this package. The Expanded Basic cable service covers 30 to 50 channels, including the Disney channel, ESPN, MTV and Fox News, among others.How does Direct TV compare to Comcast?
DIRECTV is a popular favorite because of its exclusive NFL Sunday Ticket. While Comcast Xfinity is a cable TV provider which lets you choose to have a contract or no contract. Xfinity TV offers a combination of normal and cloud DVR. You can record your shows into your DVR machine, as well as upload it to the cloud.