Time Warner Cable and Roku announced a partnership that looks like a Win for TWC, Roku, and the consumer. TWC subscribers will be able to take their cable anywhere at no additional cost as promised by CEO Jeffrey Bewkes and Roku finally has live, compelling content.
Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC) and Roku® today announced the two companies have entered into an agreement to bring TWC TVTM to Roku streaming devices in the U.S.
TWC TV is an authenticated service available to subscribers of Time Warner Cable video service at no additional cost and is expected to launch on Roku this quarter.
At launch, TWC TV will feature up to 300 live television channels.
“The availability of a service like TWC TV on an open platform represents significant milestones for both Time Warner Cable and Roku as well as for the industry overall,” Anthony Wood, founder and CEO of Saratoga, California-based Roku.
Read the entire press release here.