G2 Plans Web-Based Cable TV Service

Feb. 7, 2013
G2 Media plans to launch basic cable video service over the Internet for $18.95 a month in St. Louis, MO, and the greater Washington-Baltimore Metropolitan area in April. The service is expected to provide 50 channels, including CNN, TBS and the Cartoon Network....
G2 Media plans to launch basic cable video service over the Internet for $18.95 a month in St. Louis, MO, and the greater Washington-Baltimore Metropolitan area in April. The service is expected to provide 50 channels, including CNN, TBS and the Cartoon Network. G2 customers plug their existing Internet connection into a set-top box and connect the box to the TV set.

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