TV Everywhere's Unfi nished Business

January 2013
Multichannel News;1/7/2013, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p11
The article discusses issues related to the TV Everywhere (TVE), a verification system concerning television service providers and Internet Protocol television. It mentions that several cable telecommunications companies including Time Warner Cable Inc., Cablevision Systems Corp. and Cox Communications Inc., have expanded the amount of video content available through their TVE offerings. It adds that paying extra for TVE rights puts cable operators in an adverse position with consumers.


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