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Verizon only recently inherited Intel's failed internet TV project, but the company isn't wasting time in pushing its over-the-top ambitions forward. Speaking at a conference yesterday, CEO Lowell McAdam said Verizon "would love to partner with content companies" on an online TV service. "I have personally had discussions with the CEOs of the large content companies," McAdam revealed, though he didn't specify how far along discussions might be. Finding content partners ultimately proved too difficult for Intel when it was developing the OnCue service, which led to the Verizon sale.
|Verizon CEO Is In Talks To Sign Content Deals For Internet TV Service|
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