Time Warner Cable is the latest internet service provider to get a fee from streaming video service Netflix, according to GIGA OM. Time Warner Cable has officially signed a paid peering agreement with Netflix, giving it direct access to the ISP's customers.
While Netflix has voiced its opposition to the FCC's proposed net neutrality rule change that would allow paid prioritization deals, it has also continued to sign deals with ISPs to improve its service.
This is the fourth deal signed by Netflix; the company already has deals in place with Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T.
Source: GIGA OM