Charter is testing the TV Everywhere waters with last week's trial launch.
Suddenlink's aggressive DOCSIS 3.0 rollout continues with the recent launch of its Max 50.0 service in Kingwood, Texas.
While cable operator subscribers are currently enjoying free TV Everywhere-type services, a new report says the salad days of "free" will eventually come to an end as MSOs start charging for online video consumption.
In yesterday's news, I wrote about AT&T threatening to pull shows such as AMC's "Mad Men" over its carriage dispute with Rainbow Media.
Shaw Communications is refining its RFoG and FTTH strategies through four trials that are currently underway
Tekelec encourages Camiant's mobile aspirations, however.
AT&T is joining many other broadband service providers threatening to cut back on capital spending if the FCC moves forward with its plan to reassert its authority over broadband.
To add a few more details to yesterday’s story, Comcast’s 30 percent stake was part of the $1.365 billion deal between Providence Equity Partners Inc. and Cablevision, which will lead to Bresnan being an unrestricted subsidiary of Cablevision once the deal passes regulatory muster near the end of this year or early next year.
Time Warner Cable is continuing to hold its ground in its standoff with the U.S. Copyright Group.
Tired of surfing back and forth across the wide universe of channels on your digital tiers? Time Warner Cable is making it easier for its subscribers to find the content and shows they want by grouping channels together into similar genres, such as sports.
Rogers Communications is putting its On Demand Online platform to good use this week with three options for World Cup soccer coverage.
Canoe Ventures has licensed This Technology’s placement opportunity information service (POIS) software, called SpotBuilder.
Based on preliminary findings by IMS Research, Pace needs to hand out those foam “We’re No. 1!” fingers you see at sporting events.
E tu Cableland? Denver’s diminishing status as the cable capital of the world will take another hit if Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper’s plan to sell Bill Daniels’ former home, which is known as Cableland, comes to fruition.
Cox yesterday officially unveiled the new user interface (UI) and program guide it’s been working on with NDS for more than a year. By virtue of being based on tru2way, that UI won’t – can’t – be available on Cox’s oldest legacy boxes.