, the media conglomerate with more than 47.1 million cable, Internet and telephone customers has recently introduced the new name for its core products. Though the parent company will retain the Comcast name, its cable, telephone and Internet services were rebranded Xfinity in 11 markets, and nationwide thereafter. The idea behind Comcast's Fancast Xfinity TV service is to enable subscribers to watch their cable-channel shows on their home PC and mobile devices. Once logged in, the service checks to see what is included in customer's cable package, and then allows to see some of that programming online. Subscribers can watch the free content on Fancast Xfinity TV without logging in; but to watch the cable network and premium-channel content, they must download and install a program called Comcast Access including Adobe AIR and the Move Networks player. Fancast Xfinity TV offers a better selection of TV series than it does movies. Comcast's Fancast Xfinity TV Internet TV service has a limited amount of cable network though and premium-channel content is holding it back.