Time Warner Cable is looking to expand its application for Roku to rival device-makers, according to the cabler's CEO, Glenn Britt. "You should assume we're talking to everyone who makes devices like this, whether it's Samsung smart TVs, Apple, Microsoft," Britt said at an investor conference in London. Time Warner Cable also is in the test phase of being able to provide IP video to devices over Wi-Fi or via a hardwired Multimedia over Coax Alliance, without need of a set-top box, Britt said.
Time Warner Cable looks to expand its video app beyond Roku
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