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Google Fiber Won't Disrupt Old Cable TV Model

Google's Kansas City fiber-optic project may give consumers super-speedy Internet service, but the pay-TV part is more familiar, writes Peter Kafka. "If you were hoping that Google was going to use its fiber project to reorder the TV landscape, you’re going to be disappointed. At least in this incarnation, Google is playing by the TV establishment’s rules" -- which means bundled channels.

"Which isn’t to say it won’t be cool. The TV service should offer a bunch of nifty features that will make it easier to find and watch what you want," he adds.

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