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Time Warner Cable’s HBO Go Finally Arrives on Roku, Xbox, Samsung Smart TVs

Phillip Dampier May 17, 2012 Consumer News, Online Video, Time Warner Cable No Comments

HBO's Go service streams HBO movies, specials, and series to "authenticated" HBO subscribers

Time Warner Cable today announced customers who subscribe to HBO can finally access HBO Go on additional devices.

The HBO Go app is now available on the Roku, Xbox, and Samsung’s series of “smart TV’s” that can access online content.

The upgrade is now propagating through the cable company’s servers nationwide, and should be functional by early evening.

Time Warner Cable is among the slowest of cable companies to adopt new TV Everywhere streaming services that Comcast (and other) cable customers now take for granted.  The company promises additional announcements and enhancements soon.

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