TV Everywhere is a project formed as part of a Time Warner & Comcast partnership.
The way it is supposed to work is: cable subscribers will pay for TimeWarner or Comcast Cable services, then they'll also be able to access TimeWarner/Comcast's "TV Everywhere" site on their respective PCs or Macs or presumably IPhones.
This all sounds relatively harmless to Hulu or any other outlet showing licensed content online, right?
Uh not exactly. It is suggested that "TV Everywhere" will present a more appealing online outlet for content owners than Hulu and the others since it may pay more and also offer better security for the content.
So does TV Everywhere kill Hulu.com, Veoh.com and Joost.com since content owners may choose to only do business with "TV Everywhere?" That'll be interesting to see.
But I have a feeling that a lot of people are not exactly lining up to back-track to cable services just so they can access online content on "TV Everywhere."