Time Warner's HBO to make content available on Internet: NY Post
Last update: 7:48 a.m. EST Jan. 21, 2008
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- 4:01pm 01/18/2008
HBO will soon make its content available on the Internet, The New York Post reported in its Monday editions.
The service, HBO on Broadband, will roll out in Green Bay and Milwaukee, Wis., Tuesday - and in other markets shortly thereafter - with the caveat that consumers able to access the service are either HBO subscribers or customers of the high-speed Internet service offered by their local cable operator, Time Warner Cable or subscribers to the roadrunner.com Internet service, the Post reported.
The network is in talks with other cable operators about expanding the service in other markets.
HBO on Broadband will offer 600 titles and 400 hours of downloadable content, including movies, documentaries and original series like "The Sopranos" and "Six Feet Under." Every month the service will offer the entire set of an HBO series. The service will also feature sample episodes from every HBO original series as well as a "bridge series" ahead of a new season of a given show, the Post reported.
CFH HMagic bball season next year.
Let my Fred's Four Horsemen ride: Georges, Hogue, Nader, and McKay.
People still watch HBO? I got rid of it after the Sopranos ended when I realized I was paying $14 a month for 1 show! Spent the $14 on a netflix account and will never go back. It is just so much better.
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