TiVo Time for Midcontinent

Midcontinent Communications has begun deploying TiVo (NASDAQ:TIVO) whole home video. Rapid City and the Northern Black Hills area in South Dakota will be the first market in Midcontinent's 300,000-customer footprint to have access to the TiVo offering, followed by Minnesota, North Dakota and the remaining South Dakota markets in the coming months. TiVo Premiere Q series DVR will serve as the entertainment hub for the home. Subs will be able to optionally add TiVo Mini and/or TiVo Stream.

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