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DirecTV, TBS, TNT to go online with their content

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 31 Aug 2009 2:47 User comments (6)

DirecTV, TBS, TNT to go online with their content According to industry sources, the DirecTV Group is currently in talks with both TBS and TNT about offering their TV content online.
If the deal goes through, satellite subscribers would be able to watch the cable content on their PCs or TVs via the Internet, on demand.

The deal has not been made of yet, and is still in negotiations, say the anonymous sources, via Yahoo Tech.

Just recently, Time Warner Cable announced it had deals with 12 cable networks to have their content on the Internet.

The 12 networks are TBS, TNT and HBO; CBS Corp.'s CBS network; Syfy from General Electric Co.'s NBC Universal; BBC America, Cablevision Systems Corp.'s AMC, WE tv, IFC, Sundance, Discovery Communications LLC's Discovery and the Smithsonian Channel.

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131.8.2009 5:58

It's about time these networks went online...of course you still need cable/satelite to get them, even though you can get some of these networks for free over the air.

231.8.2009 7:47

Glad they went online but its not on hulu, I guess i'll have to keep getting them off a torrent scene.

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