It’s no secret that Intel wants a piece of the TV pie. And as expected, the company will launch its over-the-top TV service Intel Media this year, with both live linear and on-demand programming, a spokesman confirmed. The chip company is “broadly engaged with all of the major programmers” and “feels good about the progress we have made to date,” he said. Read on for the company’s target audience, features and analysts’ take on virtual MVPDs.

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