Time Warner test drives 'Broadband TV'

September 2005
CED;Sep2005, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the test of broadband television by Time Warner Cable Inc. Time Warner Cable has quietly embarked on a trial in San Diego, California, which delivers a raft of channels on the operators television lineup via IP to the PC. The customers can access 75 channels (all of Time Warner's expanded basic tier) via their cable modem connections. The trial does not offer access to premium channels such as HBO, Star and Showtime. Time Warner is offering the service via its managed network, and not through the public Internet. Time Warner's Broadband Television test does not support digital video recording.


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