HDTV antenna maker's spot won't be shown by Time Warner Cable

10/27/2011 | Multichannel News

A 30-second spot from a maker of HDTV antennas was turned down by Time Warner Cable for its Columbus, Ohio, and Kansas City, Mo., markets because the MSO generally does "not take ads that directly compete with our broadband, video and voice services." The ad copy from Mohu said audiences "don't need expensive cable service to watch HD programs."

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