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Old 12-29-2013, 10:34 AM   #1
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question about 'on demand' channels

I have TWC digital channel lineup for Austin and I don't know how to access my HBO on demand channel (I do have all the HBO channels).
Is there a secret to accessing this, or any, 'on demand' channels in the lineup?
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Old 12-29-2013, 11:33 AM   #2
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VOD does not work with TWC. Best you can hope for is HBOGo support being added (or TWC porting their tablet app over to the new TiVo app store -- which would open up all the on demand content available on it).
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Old 12-29-2013, 12:59 PM   #3
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VOD does not work with TWC. Best you can hope for is HBOGo support being added (or TWC porting their tablet app over to the new TiVo app store -- which would open up all the on demand content available on it).
I don't understand. Why are there "to go" channels in my lineup, if I can't use them?
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I don't understand. Why are there "to go" channels in my lineup, if I can't use them?
Good point, maybe Tivo should filter them out. However, if they bother you remember that you can remove them from your lineup yourself.
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Good point, maybe Tivo should filter them out. However, if they bother you remember that you can remove them from your lineup yourself.
I have actually removed them but I am still interested in using the HBO on demand channel since I have HBO as part of my package.
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Old 12-29-2013, 01:05 PM   #6
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I don't understand. Why are there "to go" channels in my lineup, if I can't use them?
Because currently the Tivo doesn't have the software capability to interact with the TW OnDemand server.

Only CableCo where Ondemand works with the Tivo is Comcast. And this is only available in very few places.
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