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Warner Wants More Free Online Content

Posted by: , 11:18 AEDT, Wed March 4, 2009

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Just days after selling themselves for $9 billion, Time Warner wants to make free content online more available to customers

Called “TV Everywhere”, the ad-supported content would be similar to Hulu.com, MySpace, Yahoo TV and YouTube, among others.

It is clear that TV remains the main vehicle for viewing video, although online and mobile platforms are an increasingly important complement to live home-based television,”

Time Warner's thinking is if traditional TV does fade away, they would be able to offer a subscription based service to the free content.


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