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 Dec 31, 2008 - 04:17 PM - by Michael
* TW recommends internet?

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Time Warner and Viacom are having troubles, and as a result TW is actually having to tell their users how to find Viacom shows online should Viacom's cable channels go dark on the TW network...

Time Warner will respond to Viacom?s advertisement, Mr. Dudley said, by highlighting the availability of television content on the Internet.

?We will be telling our customers exactly where they can go to see these programs online,? Mr. Dudley said. ?We?ll also be telling them how they can hook up their PCs to a television set.?

 

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