Time Warner Cable's Shreveport, La., division launched EarthLink Inc.'s
'EarthLink High Speed Internet' service and America Online Inc.'s 'AOL High
Speed Broadband' Monday as part of the MSO's ongoing open-access initiative.
EarthLink has more than 532,000 high-speed customers, the company said in a
press release. It offers a home-networking service that allows subscribers to
share high-speed accounts across multiple computers in homes.
EarthLink will also provide Shreveport-specific content to local Time Warner
AOL High Speed Broadband offers exclusive multimedia content, including video
news, sports, movie previews and cartoons. AOL dial-up customers can also bring
their electronic-mail addresses over to the high-speed service.
Time Warner's Shreveport division serves 63,000 customers in parts of
Louisiana and East Texas.