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The San Diego Union-Tribune

Internet TV Providers Are Starting To Get More Cable-Like

“More than anything, this is yet another sign of the trend of live TV in OTT,” said Ren Bond, a research analyst who studies the online video industry at Parks Associates. “Google getting content from CBS is so significant because the agreement with CBS includes NFL games, and that’s something that earlier trailblazers had a hard time getting at first.”

From the article "Digital Life Internet TV Providers Are Starting To Get More Cable-Like" by Jennifer Van Grove.

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