Comcast is making a package designed for people who want to subscribe to Comcast exclusively for its Xfinity Internet service available in Washington State. The MSO's Internet Plus 25 tier offers 25 Mbps internet. It comes with limited basic TV, HBO, and Streampix.
Time Warner Cable has added live TV channels to its TWC TV app running on Microsoft’s Xbox One console. TWC began offering the app on the Xbox One last month, starting with on-demand content.
Cablevision has become the first cable or satellite operator to offer Hulu subscriptions directly. The company has not yet released details on pricing or when the service will become available to Optimum customers.
The company has no specific timetable for its network conversion, but it's been working with several of its largest vendors to create a comprehensive SDN network architecture document, including APIs, reference architectures and more.
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A&T is boosting its TV Everywhere services by adding 41 live channels to its U-verse App. AT&T’s lineup has 236 channels available in the home and 173 that can be accessed outside of it.
The breakdown of the deal is being seen as a blow to Comcast and the cable industry in general. Conversely, it's being hailed as a victory for consumer advocates and the competitors of the two companies.
CenturyLink’s Irvine OC2 facility in southern California is now utilizing fuel-cell power. The two megawatt expansion commissioned by CenturyLink brings the facility up to 12 megawatts in total. Of that the fuel-cells make up 500 kilowatts.
Mediacom has announced it will be adding the DIY Network and Cooking Channel to its lineup. The company has added a new tier to its service called the “Kids and Variety Digital Pak.” The new channels will be accessed through this tier.
ESPN has filed a lawsuit against Verizon for breach of contract. Verizon's FiOS Custom TV service allows customers to subscribe to a fixed 36 channels before picking additional channels to add to . . .
Right on cue and just as promised, Charter Communications is said to be holed up with financial partners, trying to arrange a new offer for Time Warner Cable. Charter is reported to be also be considering purchasing Bright House.
Amazon Web Services is the biggest player in the public cloud-computing space, 5 or 6 times bigger than its closest competitor, Microsoft's Azure, and Google a distant third, according to analysts.
In advance of tornado season, Suddenlink has renewed a distribution deal with The Weather Channel that will span several years.
AT&T has sold $17.5 billion in bonds in anticipation of its merger with DirecTV. To help secure Federal approval for the deal, the company is promising to expand GigaPower to two million additional customers.
The packages start with broadband, and also make use of the situation that Aereo tried (but failed) to exploit – that local TV channels are free over the air. Cablevision’s new packages come with a free HDTV antenna that subscribers can install in their homes.