Starting yesterday, Cablevision's Optimum branding replaced the Bresnan Communications name.
Suddenlink added basic video subscribers from Q4 to Q1.
Bright House Networks has ramped up relief efforts across the board.
Net neutrality, retransmission consent, spectrum policy and a plate full of nagging issues that have plagued small cable operators for years showed up once again at this year's ACA Summit.
Bright House has wrapped up the rollout of its DOCSIS 3.0 service.
Shaw boldly went where no other major North American MSO has gone.
The ACA's top priority is to push reform of retransmission consent rules.
Custom or standardized off-the-shelf? That's often a hardware question, but it applies to interactive video applications, too. Interactive app specialist Ensequence knows which way it would prefer everyone to go.
With the "Avatar" effect still in play, TV manufacturers, content providers and a gaggle of 3-D aficionados are continuing their efforts to resurrect 3-D. Here we go. Again.
It's going to take at least a year for the dust to settle on AT&T's $39 billion bid to buy T-Mobile, but the deal could impact Sprint Nextel, Clearwire, and Cox Communications if it goes through.
The company continues to work on its first major all-digital conversion project.
CED will not be covering the events of the CableLabs Winter Conference this year.
Videotron viewers have reached the Holy Grail of multi-screen viewing.
P2P video is coming on.
We're sure to hear more over the coming weeks about the impact of "cord cutters."