TV service called Here has now arrived in Kansas City,
Time Warner Cable announced on Friday. For a fee of $6.95 a
month, digital cable customers in the Missouri
metropolis can access Here's programming whenever they
want, as many times as they want--a service
known as subscription video-on-demand.
extremely pleased that Time Warner Cable is providing its
digital customers in Kansas City with the opportunity to
subscribe to Here on a monthly basis," Here
senior vice president Maria Dwyer said in a
statement. "Now viewers in Kansas City can enjoy
watching award-winning and critically acclaimed gay
and lesbian entertainment on Here whenever they like,
for one affordable price."
"Time Warner Cable is able to serve our vast
and diverse customer base with a wide variety of cable
programming available through our digital services,"
added Time Warner spokesman Damon Porter in the same
press release. "We are proud to offer Here and the important
voice it provides Kansas City. As an On Demand product we
are giving viewers the ability to access programming
on their own schedule."
launched in 2002 and claims to be available in 50 million
U.S. homes, offers original programming that includes the
supernatural soap opera Dante's Cove as well as
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You and the upcoming second Donald Strachey
mystery movie, Shock to the System, starring
Chad Allen as the gay detective. (The Advocate)