Concurrent and FourthWall Media have formed a partnership to deliver what they said was the industry’s first end-to-end advanced advertising platform for broadband ops.
Sprint Nextel affiliate iPCS has reached a settlement agreement with shareholders over a class-action lawsuit disputing Sprint’s pending buyout offer of the company.
Some key state regulatory officials are opposing Frontier Communications Corp.'s plan to buy Verizon's wireline business in West Virginia and 13 other states.
Yesterday, the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) announced the release of three newly created IPTV standards.
Power-hungry TVs will be banned from store shelves in California after state regulators Wednesday adopted a first-in-the-nation mandate to reduce electricity demand.
Union says Verizon laying off 1,000.
Cox Media, the advertising arm of Cox Communications, and NBC Universal recently launched a dynamic advertising trial in Cox’s Phoenix system.
Bloomberg reported today that Comcast is working with Ticketmaster and Live Nation on overcoming antitrust issues for their proposed merger.
In an effort to draw data customers away from cable, Verizon is offering its DSL service for free for six months to subscribers who sign a one-year agreement.
Buckeye Cablevision, with the help of Kabel-X USA, is set to deploy a fiber-to-the-home trial in its Toledo, Ohio, system.
Verizon Wireless and AT&T are back at it again. Verizon Wireless filed a 53-page legal document in response to AT&T's allegations that its advertising is misleading.
Minnesota customers of Sprint who think their cell phone contracts were extended without their say-so can file for refunds of ETFs under a legal settlement.
Microsoft co-founder and billionaire investor Paul Allen – also chairman of Charter – has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and is undergoing chemotherapy.
Vonage has agreed to pay $3 million to 32 states to settle an investigation into some of its business practices.