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The Associated Press

DALLAS – AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) on Thursday unveiled a Web site that offers free access to TV shows and movies.
AT&T takes a page from Hulu and Fancast, rival Comcast Corp.’s video site.

The phone company calls its site

The site offers content from the three broadcast networks and Bravo, Oxygen, Syfy, The CW, USA Network, CNBC and others, some courtesy of a partnership with Hulu.

Customers of AT&T’s U-verse TV and Internet service can program their digital video recorders at the new site. A similar service has been available through since 2006.