by Joe White
June 5, 2013
Following the launch of a Time Warner Cable app for Roku in March, the cable telecommunications company is seeking to launch its application on a number of further platforms, including Apple TV, according to FierceCable. The website reports that at Time Warner Cable's investor conference on Tuesday, June 4, CEO Glenn Britt told his audience that the company's interests extend beyond Roku. Concerning the potential of new platforms, FierceCable reports that he said:
"You should assume we're talking to everyone who makes devices like this, whether it's Samsung smart TVs, Apple, Microsoft."Time Warner Cable's Roku app allows subscribers to stream around 300 cable channels on the digital receiver. Here's hoping Apple and Time Warner Cable are able to come to an agreement, since a TWC app for Apple TV is something users will surely appreciate. We'll keep you updated with further information as it becomes available. In the meantime, see: Analyst Still Believes That An "iRing" Powered Apple Television Is Coming This Year, WWDC 2013 Countdown: One More Thing Apple Should Announce June 10, and Popular Apple TV Jailbreak Software aTV Flash (Black) Goes On Sale.