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HBO’s CEO is considering making the company’s HBO Go online streaming service available to consumers who don’t have cable, according to a report.
“Right now we have the right model,” HBO chief executive Richard Plepler told Reuters on Wednesday. “Maybe HBO GO, with our broadband partners, could evolve.”
HBO Go, which has about 6.5 million registered users, requires a subscription to a cable operator. However, Plepler mused that the service could conceivably be packaged with a broadband service offering. Broadband customers could pay $10 or $15 extra for HBO to be added to the service,…