BlackArrow has fleshed out its advanced advertising arsenal with the addition of its Subscriber Information Service product.
More than half a dozen CE manufacturers and retailers have signed on to provide products that will work with Roku’s forthcoming plug-in.
Cable Bahamas has tabbed UXP Systems’ Multiscreen Interaction (MINT) Platform for an upcoming market trial on personalized, multi-screen video, voice and messaging services.
Verizon Wireless is paying $1.25 million to settle a complaint that it violated FCC regulations by blocking tethering applications for some of its smartphone users
SCTE 184 establishes recommended practices for energy management, while SCTE 186 defines common environmental and sustainability requirements for equipment within those facilities.
Cisco has closed its $5 billion purchase of digital TV software and security vendor NDS Group.
According to a recent survey of the hybrid, IP-based set-top box sector, operators gave Cisco a slight edge over Motorola.
TV Everywhere services could start to help reduce churn and increase revenues.
U.S. antitrust authorities have cleared Comcast's more than $3 billion sale of its 15.8 percent stake in A&E Television Networks to The Walt Disney Co. and Hearst Communications.
Allot expects the Oversi product portfolio to complement its Allot Service Gateway; the combined product set will enable both video optimization and caching.
Business software maker Oracle has agreed to buy networking technology company Xsigo Systems for an undisclosed sum.
Challenges remain with multi-screen. Even the most successful multi-screen efforts tend to be implemented in stages.
Comcast will implement a new usage-based broadband policy that could result in a charge of $10 for 50 additional gigabytes each time subscribers use more than their monthly allotment of 300 GB.
According to a recent survey, 33 percent of cord cutters would not return to cable operators’ embrace, even if the cost for the video service was drastically reduced.