Why the “TV Everywhere” Initiative has Failed

In 2009, cable giant Comcast Corp.and Time Warner — parent of TNT, TBS, HBO and other popular channels — unveiled “TV Everywhere,” an initiative that was to be a blueprint for the pay-TV industry to develop a platform to let subscribers watch content on their computers, phones or tablets.

The proposition was simple enough: Take all that is good about television — lots of channels at the click of a button — and transfer it online.

But in the three years since it was conceived, TV Everywhere has struggled to gain traction.

via LAtimes

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About David H. Deans

Principal Consultant and Founder of GeoActiveGroup.com
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