Hawaiian Telcom said its profits were down nearly 18 percent in the second quarter as depreciation costs rose because of investments in its broadband network.
Phone company CenturyLink reported lower net income for the second quarter on Wednesday, dragged down by expenses related to early debt retirement and severance and other charges related to recent acquisitions.
Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) announced this morning that FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn would deliver the keynote address for its Touchstones Luncheon.
Liberty Media said that it will spin off its Starz cable channels into a separate company, continuing a series of financial machinations in the Liberty family, which is controlled by cable magnate John Malone.
Dish Network Chairman Charlie Ergen is staying quiet on speculation that the company has become a major investor in Clearwire.
Comcast is somewhat easing the burden of moving for its customers with its new Movers Edge Program, which offers various amenities and options for keeping subscribers connected to their triple-play services.
Cablevision has unleashed its Optimum App for the Kindle Fire to give subscribers access to live and on-demand programming.
MetroPCS has become the first operator in the country to launch voice service on an LTE network.
It plans to use the proceeds for general corporate purposes, including the repayment of debt.
SeaChange International has hired cable operator industry veteran Andrei Noppe as senior vice president and general manager of its EMEA/APAC region.
The new service is part of a $200 million plan to connect the subway to the outside world.
The mobile wallet is coming, and it could be closer than you think.
The United States Government Accountability Office released a study recommending that the FCC review limits placed on specific absorption rate (SAR), the amount of radio frequency absorbed by the body when using a cell phone.
Charter Communications narrowed its revenue loss, improved on the number of basic video subscribers it had lost over the previous quarter a year ago and added 29,000 new data subscribers.
It was no surprise that Cablevision added data and phone customers in the second quarter, but the nation’s fifth-largest cable operator also managed to retain its basic video subscribers, as well.