Intel reportedly plans to launch its internet TV service in a limited number of cities

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Citing a video industry source, TechCrunch reports that Intel plans to offer its TV service in a limited number of markets after facing difficulty signing deals with content owners. Earlier this year, reports from The Wall Street Journal and Reuters indicated that Intel could enter the content distribution business with its own Intel-branded, web-based TV service and set-top box by the end of 2012; the service is said to blend traditional TV offerings like sports with streaming services that are all delivered over a customer’s existing internet connection. It wasn’t clear at the time if Intel would deliver on that schedule — the WSJ said in March that the company hadn’t made any content deals yet — and it looks like the company will…

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