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RCN Corporation today announced the expansion of its free ON DEMAND lineup by the addition of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. networks which includes Adult Swim, Boomerang, Cartoon Network, CNN, TBS, TCM, TNT and truTV. RCN (News - Alert) subscribers will now be able to set their own viewing schedule and will be able to watch some of their favorite Turner shows whenever they want.
"By expanding our primetime network content, we are delivering quality content that our customers want and expect," said RCN Strategic External Affairs and Programming Senior VP Richard Ramlall in a release. "Customers can watch what they want, when they want by selecting the VOD button on his or her remote, or tuning to Channel One."
"The shows will be available anytime, free of charge to RCN digital customers, starting the day after they air on the network," added RCN Senior Director Video Operations Jason Nealis. "RCN's ON DEMAND customers also have access to a library of thousands of hours of programming, including high-definition content, many of which are offered for free."
RCN Corporation (News - Alert) is a broadband telecommunications services provider that offers video, high-speed data and voice services to residential customers and SMBs. It has a proven track record in providing all-digital and high-definition video, high-speed internet, and premium voice services to residential and small-medium business customers, as well as high-capacity transport services to carrier and large enterprise customers.
Last month, TMCnet reported that RCN has charted a new kind of wideband cable modem offering based on DOCSIS 3.0 technology and will soon make it available to small and medium sized businesses.
A Time Warner company, Turner Broadcasting (News - Alert) creates and programs branded news, entertainment, animation and young adult media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.
Edited by Patrick Barnard