Malone discusses broadband video 'tier' for cable

Online video companies can't reach the consumer on their own; they have to rely on Internet service providers to actually deliver their bits to viewers. Cable pioneer John Malone, whose Liberty Media now owns a stake in cable operator Charter Communications (Nasdaq: CHTR), recently discussed the prospect of offering various tiers of connectivity, including ones with built-in video packages. Sounds a lot like cable. Story

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