If you subscribe to cable, chances are good that you're paying a ton of money for a handful of channels you want, and a deluge of channels that don't interest you at all. Paying for channels à-la-carte is not here just yet, but Sony has taken one of the first steps toward making it a reality. The company has made a deal with Viacom to offer 22 popular channels over the Internet.
Sony announced the initiative today (Sept. 10) via press release. The two companies have a young adult audience specifically in mind, as many of the Viacom channels cater to that demographic. Among other networks, Viacom broadcasts BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, VH1 and Spike. The two compan...
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