Time Warner sets 'Start Over' expansion

July 2006
CED;Jul2006, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p12
Trade Publication
The article presents information about the new service being performed by Time Warner Cable Inc. The service is named as Start Over, that helps customers in restarting selected programs. It was initially launched in South Carolina and is now expected to be made available in North Carolina, New York and San Antonio, Texas. Its performance in the first launch has laid the way for its expansion.


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