SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) - US cable TV giant Comcast on Tuesday announced plans to add video chat to television viewing through a partnership with Skype. Comcast said customers would soon be able to make and receive video calls through high-definition televisions using Skype. TV has evolved into a social experience, and Comcast and Skype will be delivering a product that personalises the TV experience even more, said cable company president Neil Smit. Our unique relationship with Skype not only will change how our customers interact with their TV, but also will create new and meaningful ways to bring our customers closer to the people they care about, he added.