Broadband Briefs for July 21, 2010
• Ka-Pow! TWC offers comic book fodder in VOD
By Mike Robuck
Starting today and running through Aug. 2, Time Warner Cable is offering subscribers their favorite comic book-related movies, as well as upcoming trailers and interviews, on its video-on-demand service.
Customers nationwide can go to the "Comic-Con" category in Time Warner Cable's on-demand service for access to movies such as "Batman Begins," "The Dark Knight" and "Clash of the Titans."
Time Warner Cable also announced today that Time Warner Cable Los Angeles offers exclusive interviews and programming for the local news channel that will be distributed to all Time Warner Cable-owned news outlets. Customers have the option to watch the local news from channel 101 in Los Angeles on Time Warner Cable's YouTube channel .
More Broadband Direct 7/21/10:
|• Time Warner Cable digs in on segmentation strategy |
|• Comcast tees up AnyRoom DVR in S. Fla. |
|• Charter adds another state to D3 commercial services rollout |
|• Sprint reclaims 2 GHz spectrum |
|• Zito upgrades with Juniper routers |
|• T-Mobile HSPA+ expands to 85M Americans |
|• Apple's fiscal Q3 net income jumps 78% |
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