“Time Warner Cable incoming Chief Executive Rob Marcus said the company this week will add another platform to the list that can access its TWC TV app, which enables subscribers to stream live channels and watch videos on demand,” Joan E. Solsman reports for CNET. “Apple TV has been rumored all year to be next for TWC TV.”
“After starting out as a glorified Netflix streaming box, Apple TV has bulked up with some desirable channels — this year adding Hulu Plus, HBO Go, Watch ESPN, and Major League Soccer. While the addition of HBO Go in June made good on one content stream that was rumored to be in the offing, TWC has yet to materialize,” Solsman reports. “The TWC TV app is already available on Roku, Xbox 360, Samsung smart TVs, and iOS and Android devices, as well as on PCs.”
“Though Apple TV is the most likely platform for TWC to add, another high-profile possibility is Google’s Chromecast,” Solsman reports. “Chromecast has been slow to launch partners on its device though. Apple and Google representatives both declined to comment.”
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