SPOTLIGHT: Time Warner uses VOD to help voters


Time Warner's cable system in Lincoln, NE, provided on demand videos of local politicians' election debates--free of charge. Granted watching state legislature hopefuls debate couldn't have been the most compelling of on demand offerings, but making it free of charge certainly helps out the those who care to make informed votes in the U.S., or vote at all. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

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