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Time Warner Cable launches TWC Central as a social, news, and streaming TV hub for customers

In an effort to further meld social, tv, and broadband, Time Warner recently launched TWC Central – an online hub designed to connect customers to news, entertainment, social networking, and Time Warner’s web products.  TWC Central will replace the Road Runner website, which boasted more than 5.7 million visitors per month. Read more

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TV Everywhere is Making Authenticated Content Easier to Access

TV EverywhereTV Everywhere is the technological ability to watch whatever you want, whenever, however you want it (from your phone, tablet, laptop, etc.). It’s included as part of your cable subscription service, so it comes at no extra charge to you. The best part is that it is easy. The TV Everywhere site (http://www.youcouldbewatching.tv/) by CTAM (Cable and Telecommunications Association for Marketing) will guide you through the log-in and authentication process online and direct you to the individual cable and networks apps so that you can start watching TV everywhere.

Aereo will launch in Chicago in September

Aereo, the company currently disrupting the cable industry has announced a Chicago launch date. Their expansion nationally is an important moment in the evolution of the TV industry as we know it. Here are the details.  Read more

Are the cable TV walls about to crumble?

In recent days media has been consumed by one Edward Snowden who revealed a Skynet-type infrastructure called Prism that the government is running. At the same time it appears as if traditional cable TV business is gearing up for a Game of Thrones-style war with many “kingdoms” that include Intel, Aereo, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, YouTube and more. Are the cable TV walls about to crumble? Read more

Why Karmaloop TV chose the web over cable

Karmaloop, the popular streetwear brand has been investing in online video since they launched Karmaloop TV back in 2008. Karmaloop was founded by entrepreneur Greg Selkoe who launched the company in 2000 almost failing several times before the brand took off and became a fashion staple. Selkoe and his company recently launched a brand new KarmaloopTV (KTV), which "chronicles and celebrates the progressive cut and paste youth movement known as 'Verge' culture (the multi-racial, global and tech savvy alpha-consumers made up from the first generation to grow up with the internet)." We spoke to Selkoe about opting out of a traditional cable network, his guest appearance on HBO's unfortunately short-lived How To Make It In America and his plans for the future.

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Dispute grows over cable TV iPad apps

Karmaloop, the popular streetwear brand has been investing in online video since they launched Karmaloop TV back in 2008. Karmaloop was founded by entrepreneur Greg Selkoe who launched the company in 2000 almost failing several times before the brand took off and became a fashion staple. Selkoe and his company recently launched a brand new KarmaloopTV (KTV), which "chronicles and celebrates the progressive cut and paste youth movement known as 'Verge' culture (the multi-racial, global and tech savvy alpha-consumers made up from the first generation to grow up with the internet)." We spoke to Selkoe about opting out of a traditional cable network, his guest appearance on HBO's unfortunately short-lived How To Make It In America and his plans for the future.

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