TV Everywhere (TVE) is a verification system that allows television service providers to authenticate those who wish to use their IPTV video on demand Internet television services as actual paying customers of satellite or cable television. In June 2009, Comcast and Time Warner held a press conference to announce the initiative. Several consumer groups complained that TV Everywhere consists of an anticompetitive practice stifling competition in online television.
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- TV Everywhere: gift to consumers or plot to kill online TV?
- TV Competition Nowhere: How the Cable Industry Is Colluding to Kill Online TV
- Public interest groups call for antitrust probe of TV Everywhere
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