Online-Video Sites Touting ‘TV Everywhere’ Debuted by Turner Broadcasting with Verizon’s FiOS

Jul 29, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Online-video sites touting "TV Everywhere" from Turner Broadcasting System have been created for customers of Verizon’s FiOS TV customers, reports Multichannel News.

FiOS customers can watch Turner’s programming through two sites, tbs.com/tveverywhere and tnt.tv/tveverywhere, by logging in through registered usernames and passwords, the story says.

That will allow subscribers to watch TNT shows such as "The Closer" and "Rizzoli & Isles," or TBS programs ranging from "Lopez Tonight" to "Meet the Browns," the story says. Advertisers on the sites include Unilever’s Dove soap on the TBS online network and Mars’ M&Ms for TNT. Turner plans to start more TV Everywhere networks in the next few months, the article adds.


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