Verizon may have placed the keynote speaker at TelcoTV, but this show is really about Tier II and Tier III providers, a bunch of scrappers ready to beg, borrow and steal if that's what it takes to get into the video business.
Cable operators continued to bleed video subscribers in the latest round of earnings reports, but they maintained that the losses were related more to the economy rather than over-the-top competition.
Despite the operator losing 155,000 video subscribers in the third quarter.
Cablevision is calling on governmental entitles and non-profits to retransmit Fox’s coverage of the World Series for free over the Internet.
While nature abhors a vacuum, reporters abhor unused notes. And on that note, here are a few final lagniappes from last week’s SCTE Cable Tec Show in New Orleans During the “Technology Leadership Roundtable,” moderator Leslie Ellis asked the panelists
The whole evolution of the SCTE is really about going back to its technology roots.
Time Warner Cable is kicking off a major rebranding effort to tie in its services with its subscribers.
The cable industry could be headed for more sales or swaps of systems.
Could this be the key to everything?
Comcast is offering its customers another avenue to set DVR recordings online.
Cable's in no rush on upstream channel bonding.
Comcast dropped yet another hint that it will soon offer a residential D3 tier with a download speed over 100 Mbps.
One of the more intriguing provisions of the recent carriage agreement between Walt Disney and Time Warner Cable, as well as Bright House Networks, was the inclusion of Disney's ESPN3.
The softened economy has caught up with the set-top box sector.