Cable TV Operators Want To Keep You Happy, But Can They?

This week the annual Cable Show conference kicks off in Los Angeles and TV Everywhere is going to be a huge topic at the show.  Comcast has rolled out a beta trial of the service while Time Warner is conducting small trials. In this week's New Media Minute, I discuss the challenges that TV Everywhere will face next. The episode also includes a rundown of efforts from other operators including Cablevision's personal TV plans and a new program guide launched by Cox just this week. For all the insight on where cable ops stand on convergence, check out this episode. Please enable Javascript and Flash to view this video.

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By day, Daisy Whitney is a producer, on-air correspondent, podcaster and raconteur in the new media business. She produces conferences for iMedia and provides strategy consulting to businesses on their online video presence and the online video marketplace. As a reporter, Daisy covers new media for NBC’s KNTV,, Beet.TV, MediaPost and others. She also hosts the top-ranked iTunes audio podcast “This Week in Media,” which you should totally subscribe to. View All Posts By -

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    Beta and trials, still? I've been working at DISH Network for about a year and a half and I know for a fact that DISH achieved TV everywhere for their customers last year. In fact I got to test their Sling Adapter when it was released and it lets me watch all of the programming I'm subscribed to and all my DVR recordings on my Smartphone, my new iPad2 and my laptop. What's great is that I'm not restricted to my home so I can go anywhere where there's Wi-Fi or mobile 3G network and I've got my TV at my fingertips.

    • Christophor Rick

      I swear, half of DiSH reads ReelSEO…that's so awesome :)

  • Nicole

    What can I say, great minds think alike!

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