June 2008
Multichannel News;6/9/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 23, p30
The article presents views of several executives on the significance of technological innovation on cable television in the U.S. One commented that people may not go for the reasonable innovations if they have to pay extra money to use them. Meanwhile, it is stated that the positive side of metering is getting rid of secret limits and the deceptive marketing of unlimited plans. It is noted that Time Warner Cable Inc. will try to look for ways to reverse the exponential technology curve.


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