Recently we heard that Time Warner was forced to remove a number of TV channels from its TV streaming iPad app, as some of the networks were less than happy about their content being streamed to the iPad.
Now Time Warner is taking Viacom to court, in an attempt to make Viacom’s programming available to users of its iPad, and they have filed a request with the court for a Declaratory Judgment.
The request asks the court to rule that Time Warner Cable’s rights under its carriage agreement allows it to deliver the programming of this company over its cable systems for viewing on devices of its video customers’ choosing, including iPads, in their homes. The case was filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.
You can see more details over at the Time Warner Blog.
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