Monday, August 08, 2005

Time Warner Cable Trials Broadband TV:
"Time Warner Cable, is putting 75 channels on the web for its broadband subscribers, as part of a trial, currently underway in San Diego with 9000 households participating. Real Networks is providing the streaming technology. The company will offer it for free to those who subscribe to its broadband and video service."

(Via Om Malik's Broadband Blog.)

Man I could certainly use this. I don't have a TV at home, and was going to get one. Maybe now I won't.

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