Get Ready For A Whole Lot More Taylor Swift On Your TV

Katie Jerkovich | Entertainment Reporter

Taylor Swift just signed a deal with DirecTV to air her music videos 24/7 as part of their new streaming services.

On Monday, news came out that the 26-year-old singer will appear on the company’s DirecTV Now channel offering fans footage of her concert performances, behind-the-scenes videos and more as part of a new service by the company to offer internet delivered TV channels for less than the typical cable and satellite services, Variety reports(RELATED: Taylor Swift Fans Are Losing Their Minds Over Her Latest Post [VIDEO])

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The deal singed last month also includes her performing at the company’s Super Bowl event in February. (RELATED: Did Taylor Swift Get A Boob Job?)

“We’re extending our entertainment portfolio for those who value premium content, but also want more TV freedom suited for their lifestyle, whether watching at home or on their mobile devices,” John Stankey with AT&T Entertainment Group said. “This is TV your way.”

Swift will not be the only new addition as actress Reese Witherspoon is also set to get her own channel as part of the deal.

Actress and producer Reese Witherspoon poses at the Los Angeles premiere of the film "Wild" at the Academy of Motion Picture, Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills, California in this file photo taken November 19, 2014. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok/Files

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“As we continue the journey of creating engaging entertainment for and about women at Hello Sunshine, it’s exciting to have a partner in AT&T who shares that commitment with us,” Witherspoon said.

The move gives the company a chance to battle for already existing consumers of similar services offered by Dish and Sony’s PlayStation.

Katie Jerkovich

Entertainment Reporter


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