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Category Archives: Cable Television
What Cable TV companies can do with triple play subscriptions will freak you out
While we wait for the Comcast/Time Warner deal to happen (or not) the ongoing discussion as to the future of ‘cable TV’ providers (a misnomer to be sure) presents marketers with some interesting opportunities. The advent of ‘triple play’ options … Continue reading
Posted in Cable Television, Internet television, Personal Privacy Tagged Cable TV triple play, Cablevision, Comcast, data sharing, Time Warner 2 Comments
The Weather Channel gets back to…. weather forecasts?
I admit I am a bit of a weather geek. No I don’t have an anemometer in my backyard or a rain gauge, but I do have a pretty good thermometer that offers temperature, humidity and a short-range forecast. The … Continue reading