Friday, July 15, 2005

TV Via Internet

From For TV via Internet, future is now

Six-month pilot project rolled out to about 9,000 Time Warner customers; 'savvy PC users' here reason S.D. was chosen

In what is billed as a nationwide first for a cable company, Time Warner Cable is letting its customers in Mira Mesa and Tierrasanta watch television over their home computer's high-speed Internet connection.

The pilot project ushers in what some experts believe is the future of TV – television over the Internet.

Ultimately, they predict, Internet protocol television, or IPTV, could deliver more channels, offer custom features, such as local weather or sports scores, and allow viewer interaction.

Do you see the advertising opportunities?

People have indicated they want to be able to watch TV on all of the devices in their homes

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