Posts Tagged: time warner

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The CEO Of Netflix Is Not Happy About Their Deal With Comcast

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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings takes to the Netflix blog to passive-aggressively shout down Comcast for their lack of net neutrality.

BAD IDEAS

Why The Comcast/Time Warner Merger Is Bad News For Cable

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Comcast and Time Warner are planning on merging... but instead of saving cable, it might just be the straw that breaks the camel's back.

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Comcast And Time Warner Cable Might Merge To Form A Single Rage-Inducing Clusterf*ck

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Comcast and Time Warner Cable might go together like peanut butter and sardines, but they may try it anyway.

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Can Congress Fix The Cable Industry And Give Hope To Cord Cutters?

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New legislation aims to loosen the vice grip on media distribution while providing freedom of choice to consumers.

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Apple Will Be Streaming Your Cable Through The Apple TV

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The Apple TV is about to become your cable box, at least if you have Time Warner Cable.

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The Xbox 360 Adds 300 Channels Of Live TV

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Time Warner Cable and the Xbox 360 have entered into an agreement that might actually change cable completely.

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The Two Best ‘Star Trek’ Captains Reunited Via Twitter…To Bitch About Their Cable Providers

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"Star Trek" captains Patrick Stewart and William Shatner spoke to one another on Twitter, to complain about Time Warner.

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Cable Companies To Begin Promoting TV Everywhere In The Hopes That It’ll Save Them

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In an effort to try to stem the tide of people <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/technology/2011/09/cable-tv-is-so-over-a-quick-guide-to-cutting-the-cord/">cutting ties with cable and satellite providers</a> to watch TV programming online, Time Warner will tonight start heavily promoting TV Everywhere -- a <a href="http://www.engadget.com/2009/06/24/time-warners-tv-everywhere-to-pipe-internet-tv-to-comcast-subcr/">long in development system</a> that would basically allow cable subscribers to watch everything they do at home on their computers and mobile devices -- on TBS and TNT, according to <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/12/business/media/campaign-trains-viewers-for-tv-everywhere.html?_r=2&smid=tw-NYTimesAd&seid=auto">a report by the New York Times' Brian Stelter</a>.

COUCH POTATO CAT

Hooray! Now you can pay $30 to watch movies at home.

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If you've ever thought to yourself, "Hey, you know what'd be better than spending $12 bucks on a new movie.

BUSINESS

THE DURST OF NEW LINE CINEMAS

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*sigh* I guess I have to do a post about <a href="http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080229/ap_en_mo/time_warner_new_line" target="_blank">this</a>.


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