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Time Warner Cable adds on-demand content to its TWC TV website

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It's been nearly two months since Time Warner said it'd start streaming on-demand content on its TWC TV website, but the giant cable provider announced today that customers can now (finally) start enjoying the à la carte service on their desktop or laptop. Similar to its offering on iOS, Time Warner Cable subscribers will have access to more than 4,000 TV shows and movies from various networks and studios, which, according to the company, also includes "certain" subscription-based programming by the likes of Showtime and HBO. Just like the rest of Time Warner's web TV service, the recently announced on-demand content is also compatible with both Mac and PC (sorry, Linux), and, naturally, that includes support for some versions of all major browsers -- including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Chrome.

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