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Survey: If Cable Wants to Charge for TV Everywhere, Not a Lot of Internet Users Are Interested

Oct 1, 2009  •  Post A Comment

A new survey–like ones before it–confirms that most Internet users are not interested in TV Everywhere if they have to pay additional monies to get it, Multichannel News reports.

TV Everywhere is the plan some cable operators have of allowing cable programming on the Internet to bonafide cable subscribers.

This survey, by The Diffusion Group,  says only 23% of Internet subscribers would pay for TV Everywhere.

–Chuck Ross

5 Comments

  1. TVEverywhere.com is poised to be one of the hottest destinations online, and possibly the highest paid domain name in Internet history at $24 million.

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