Time Warner Cable and Viacom have settled their legal entanglements regarding Time Warner’s streaming of Viacom video content on its iPad app, according to the New York Times.
The breakthrough comes as a result of a settlement between Time Warner Cable and Viacom, which owns cable channels like Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, MTV and others. For months there had been a heated dispute over whether the cable company should have access to Viacom programs through its TWCable TV app.
On Wednesday, Viacom said that the companies had agreed “to resolve their pending litigations” and t…
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Time Warner Cable and Viacom Settle Lawsuit Over iPad Television Streaming
Jordan Golson – macrumors.com