Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt said Thursday that in just a month more than 360,000 users downloaded an app allowing simulcasting of networks on iPads in homes. The service launched with 30 channels and now has 70-plus available for the streaming.
Univision Interactive Media, the digital division of Univision Communications has launched the Univision App for iPhone and iPod touch, available now on the App Store. The Univision App includes video clips, photos and articles of the latest national and local news as well as celebrity gossip. The app features special events and popular Univision shows, […]
As Time Warner Cable’s iPad app continues to face objections from Discovery and other program providers over Internet-distribution issues, Cablevision releases an app it says sidesteps the Net, and thus the licensing question.
News Corp. and Time Warner Cable are trading blows again. This time it’s over an iPad app Time Warner Cable launched this month that allows its subscribers to watch live television in their homes on the Apple device. News Corp., parent of several cable networks including FX, sent a letter to Time Warner Cable telling the pay TV distributor to stop streaming its channels on the iPad, representatives of both companies confirmed.
ABC’s first effort to deploy a new Nielsen app that allows a real-time, two-screen experience with an iPad and TV went belly-up last fall. But a second go-round starting this week could actually be more beneficial for the network now that a sponsor is attached. The app allows a viewer watching the broadcast of a show to simultaneously interact with related content on the iPad.
Comcast’s scheme to begin streaming live video content to iPads and other tablets precipitated a flurry of legal correspondence last week, as several cable network groups made it clear that they had not signed off on any such arrangement.
Dish Network says it is now the first pay TV service to provide full “TV Everywhere” service — all its channels and programming — on the iPad.