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Video: Time Warner Cable to offer cheaper 'Essentials' package

November 20, 2010 | 10:21 am

 Time Warner Cable is testing a cheaper but limited "TV Essentials" package, entertainment business reporter Joe Flint writes. The package will carry about 50 channels and be tested in New York City and parts of Ohio. Time Warner Cable said it would have "representative channels from each major genre: news/information, sports, kids, music, lifestyle, shopping and general entertainment."


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