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LG Electronics is in talks with Fox TV, a major U.S. broadcaster, to buy the latter’s content for its recently-released first Web-based TV, which will run on the software platform it bought from Hewlett-Packard last year, an LG official said Tuesday.

“We are negotiating terms with Fox TV to put its content and other services on our WebOS TV,” the official said.

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