P2P video is coming on.
We're sure to hear more over the coming weeks about the impact of "cord cutters."
It's one of the more interesting end results of Comcast's now-successful NBC bid.
It’s driven by the cell phone market in general and smartphones in particular.
The NCTA invites more authors to go long.
Patrick Knorr, Sunflower Broadband's former COO, is testing the cable industry waters as a consultant.
Comcast's Watch with Xfinity browser extension cuts through online search clutter.
Cox Communications has deployed a premium technical support team for its data customers in Connecticut and Rhode Island.
The ultimate question: Who pays for Netflix streaming?
Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt spoke about the service in a story by Bloomberg.
Comcast is claiming an industry first by showing the iconic Yule Log in 3-D this holiday season.
Over-the-top video streaming and downloadable Internet videos are not leading to "cord cutting."
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.