In Brief: TiVo ties up with BellSouth

Jul 27, 2006
TiVo boxes on display

TiVo and BellSouth will be marketing jointly the television recording company's latest box and service package.

Select subscribers of BellSouth's FastAccess DSL will receive special rates for the TiVo Series 2 box and service.

"With its strong southeastern presence and renowned customer satisfaction, BellSouth is uniquely positioned to market the benefits of a broadband-connected TiVo Box. Together, we can turn a DSL Internet connection into a pipeline for video content delivered directly to the television," said TiVo Vice President of Business Development Naveen Chopra.

Copyright 2006 by United Press International

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