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Time Warner CableRokuGuide Quick Look: Time Warner Cable (TWC) lets TWC customers, with a TV subscription at the Standard level or higher, access all of TWC's channels over the Roku. However, subscribers can access this content only from the location where their subscription cable is installed. Sorry, you can't take TWC with you when you travel. And don't expect DVR capabilities - pausing and rewinding aren't supported, and you'll only get programs in real time.

Why, you ask, would you need TWC on Roku? Well, many people have a room where their TV doesn't have a set-top box. With the Roku and a WiFi connection, you can access your TWC channels from any room in the house. If you aren't a TWC subscriber, though, don't bother installing this channel. If you are a TWC subscriber, you'll need your TWC ID. Don't have one? Register here with the ZIP Code and phone number associated with the address where you receive your TWC service. You'll also need your account number and 4-digit Customer Code from your billing statement.

If you're a TWC subscriber who also receives HBO, then you can also get HBO GO on your Roku. TWC was one of the last holdouts to allow its customers access to HBO GO, but relented in mid-2012.

For more information on accessing TWC on your Roku, visit Time Warner Cable's TWC TV™ for Roku FAQs page.

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-- Information is current as of March 8, 2013

Developer's Channel Description: Now you can watch live TV at home right through your Roku. As a Standard TV customer with Time Warner Cable, you can access up to 300 channels of live TV easily, and for free, with your Roku. Standard TV and TWC authorized modem required.

CHANNEL STORE CATEGORY: Movies & TV

FEES: Free with Time Warner Cable TV subscription at the Standard level or higher

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