Cable Technology Feature Article
Time Warner Cable Offers Yule Log, Holiday Movies and Music On Demand
By Mandira Srivastava, TMCnet Contributor
The holidays are not far away and many companies are luring customers with new offers and services.
Time Warner (News - Alert) Cable, a provider of video, high-speed data and phone services in the United States has come up with vast majority of seasonal On Demand programming and holiday special programs for Digital TV customers’ enjoyment. The customers can watch movies, TV shows, sports, and other live events. Additionally, they can experience the unforgettable Holiday Yule Log in HD or 3D to get even more excited about the holiday spirit. Customers can watch the majority of holiday on-demand programs at no additional cost.
Creating a great holiday spirit, the company is presenting two VOD offerings: Winter Green and Snowman.
Under Winter Green, the customers will be able to enjoy the magic snow falling on pine branches, while sitting in the comfort of their own home. The other offering, Snowman lets customers add fun and spirit to the holiday season without having to go outside!
All these programs are accompanied by classic and contemporary holiday music. The 3D version of Yule Log and SD and HD versions of the Yule Log, Winter Green, and Snowman are available on Free Movies On Demand in the Yule Log category.
Customers can also watch favorite holiday movies like Home Alone, Elf and A Christmas Story in the comfort of their home. Many of the films are available in both English and Spanish.
Time Warner Cable is offering MC’s Sounds of the Seasons Music Channel that includes hours of free traditional holiday music including old time favorites from Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Burl Ives, Frank Sinatra, Andy Williams, Mitch Miller, Gene Autry and many more.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman