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Charter rolling out TiVo Premiere in Texas

Charter Communications has started rolling out TiVo Premiere to customers Texas, to be completed the first half of 2012, the company said. TiVo Premiere offers integration of television and internet, as well as a whole-home solution which allows you to pause a movie or TV show in one room and resume in another. Other features include iPad and iPhone integration via a free app (an Android app will be released in early Jan., 2012), remote scheduling, TiVoToGo transfers (programs from the TiVo Premiere can be transferred to a laptop or other mobile device), and support of 1080p and 1080i HD formats.

“The innovative technology that Charter enables has a profound impact on the sharing of information and enjoyment of entertainment,” said Rich DiGeronimo, Charter Senior Vice President, Product and Strategy.

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