Cable To Offer TV Programs Online Soon

A number of big name US cable companies are looking to offer online companion packages to their pay-TV subscribers. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that top cable providers (namely Comcast and TWC) and TV networks are looking to assemble a large collection of online programming and deliver it only to subscribers. According to Reuters these projects could become available as early as this summer. The cable companies are hoping these services take a chunk out of the growing number of people watching online services like Hulu.

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