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Search For TV Content On Broadband, Not Cable

No surprise here. Google is trying to license TV channels for an Internet cable service, according to The New York Times, citing people in the know. Google isn't alone. Others that are interested include Apple, Intel, Microsoft, and Sony. Cable company Cox Communications has begun trying to sell a service in Orange County, Calif. -- a bundle of 100 channels -- to consumers who have broadband, but not cable TV.

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