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Byline: Kirk Ladendorf
Jun. 13--Beginning today, some local cable subscribers will be able to watch "Mickey Blue Eyes" at midnight or "Caddyshack" with their morning cereal -- or at any other time they want, for that matter.
Time Warner Cable begins rolling out its iControl video-on-demand service to customers in Round Rock, Taylor and Hutto early this morning. For $1.95 to $6.95, customers with digital cable service can rent a movie whenever they want, without waiting for regular pay-per-view scheduled flicks.
If all goes as planned, Time Warner customers throughout most of the Austin area who pay an extra $20 or so a month for digital cable will have video-on-demand service by October. Customers in San Marcos, however, are not scheduled to receive the service this year.
Time Warner's Austin system is among the first in the country to offer such a digitally based …