TNT and TBS now offering full episode streaming in iPad app

“If you’re an iPad owner, there are more and more options for on-demand video streaming on your device,” Trevor Sheridan reports for AppleNApps.

“TNT and TBS iPad apps are now available giving you access to everything that is aired on the respective stations,” Sheridan reports. “TNT is the real highlight of the two as you get access to all their original programming as well as movies.”

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Sheridan reports, “Now you can watch The Closer, Rizzoli & Isles, Leverage, Falling Skies, and more right on your iPad. There is also access to all of the movies that TNT is currently broadcasting… The app comes with one caveat, and that is you need to be subscribed to one of six television providers. The providers are Comcast, Cox, Dish, suddenlink, Verizon Fios, AT&T U-Verse, DirecTV, or Optimum.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]

Related article:
NBC expands iPad app to include full episodes, updates NBC live app with more content – September 12, 2011


        1. Different or newer does not necessarily mean better. I’ll wait for a detailed explanation of these yet unknown and unspecified services and prices for these services.

    1. Anytime soon? The cable companies OWN the fricking Internet. They aren’t going anywhere. They are tying the Internet up into a convoluted bandwidth capped, tiered, blocked, throttled, anti-competitive mess because Net Neutrality has not been implemented. Don’t expect any changes anytime soon. All the fools who buy the party line that Net Neutrality is “REGULATING THE INTERNET! OMG!” are helping to hand the communications infrastructure of this country over to a handful of corporations who intend to stop all of this “access to content” and preserve their archaic revenue streams.

  1. And once again, a Time-Warner cable network doesn’t work with Time Warner Cable. The first time was with HBO. What kind of stupidity is this that they only provide this functionality to their competitors?


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