By: Don Reisinger SEPTEMBER 22, 2011
According to GigaOm blog, NewTeeVee, Turner Broadcasting, which owns both TBS and TNT, will bring full-length episodes of its shows, including "Closer" and "Falling Skies," to Google TV. In order for users to watch the shows, they will need to verify that they are, in fact, subscribers to Turner's networks, NewTeeVee says.
Google TV launched last year to much fanfare. However, soon after it was made available, television networks started blocking access to their online content. The fear was that Google TV owners would use the platform's Web browser, find their favorite shows available online, and watch them there, rather than on television. It was a significant blow to Google TV that so far, it hasn't overcome.
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this looks good;maybe I can get rid of my cable tv service and save some money if they start offering more channels
by K Partin7 years ago
What are your thoughts on the possibility of Google TV??
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by Brenda Trott, M.Ed6 years ago
Where can I find out more about the google tv ads (besides from google/)
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