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Comedy Central launches a new app to consolidate all their shows into one place

There's a new Comedy Central app in town, and it's designed to bring together everything you love about the US comedy network into one single app for your iPhone and iPad. Previously, if you found yourself interested in the likes of The Daily Show or Tosh.0, you'd have to download the dedicated streaming app for that show. Many Comedy Central shows didn't even have an app. But now they do, and it's simply called Comedy Central

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Time Warner Cable and Viacom end dispute, channels set to return to TWCable TV app

Time Warner Cable and Viacom have finally come to an agreement and ended the dispute that has been ongoing for over a year. It started back in April last year when TWCable TV started to receive cease and desist orders from various TV networks over its TWCable TV app.

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Viacom now taking aim at Cablevision as well as Time Warner

Viacom is flexing its muscles once more, this time asking Cablevision to remove all Viacom media content from its Optimum iPad App. A couple of weeks ago, we heard that Time Warner had been asked to remove all content from Viacom from its TW Cable app; which it has now done. That particular tiff is heading to court for a ruling.

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Viacom and Time Warner Cable are officially at war over TWCable TV app for iPad

Time Warner Cable issued a press release today announcing they have filed a request for declaratory judgement related to its recent TWCable TV app debacle, which forced them to remove a number of channels from the iPad app last week.

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