If you only have internet in your apartment, your days of desperately trying to find a friend’s place to watch awards shows and sports games at may be coming to an end.
Engadget reports that the nation’s second largest cable company will soon offer a streaming-video service starting at $10 a month for New York customers. The base package would offer 20 channels including all major broadcast networks. For $50 a month, internet subscribers would be able to stream 70 channels as well as Showtime and Starz.
For the beta test in New York, Time Warner Cable will also offer subscribers a free Roku 3. The Roku app used to access the channels will be very similar to the TWC TV app currently available to cable subscribers.
Earlier this year, Comcast announced a similar program called Stream with offered all broadcast networks and HBO for $15 a month.