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Thursday October 29, 2015

Time Warner Cable Plans For TV On The Internet

Time Warner Cable has decided to join the 21st century with plans to sell internet-based cable to cord cutters.

"Where we're headed is the ability of customers to access the complete video product without having to rent a set-top box from us," said CEO Rob Marcus on a call with analysts. He said one thing the company had to do was make sure that every channel was available for an Internet TV alternative that worked through a streaming-TV device like a Roku. Marcus said you wouldn't need a tech to install cable for you. "You can simply type in your username and password and you have video," he said.