The CMC and MediaFriends have an EBIF Caller ID on TV application ready to be launched by cable operators that are using the CMC’s Hits AxIS platform.
Thanks to the additional bandwidth freed up by its all-digital conversion, Comcast has beefed up its HD roster in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Pace said it plans to acquire Bewan Systems, a Paris-based IP and cable gateways specialist, for approximately $17 million.
The CEO of Dish Network Corp. relinquished his position as CEO of sister company EchoStar Corp. during the fourth quarter.
The American Consumer Institute says network neutrality regulations are not only unnecessary, but they could restrict growth and innovation in the broadband industry.
Apple, increasingly facing tougher competition in the lucrative market for smartphones, sued HTC on Tuesday, accusing the rival of violating patents related to the iPhone.
Mobile phone operators must now limit how much they charge customers for using the Internet within the European Union, after new rules went into effect Monday.
TWC adds 5 more HD channels in San Antonio . . . Time Warner Cable Business Class hires Delis as VP, national sales.
Comcast’s all-digital conversion project is making its way through the company’s Keystone Region in Pennsylvania.
Charter is increasing Internet download speeds for its Express and Internet Plus tiers, and it is also increasing the upload and download speeds for its Internet Max tier.
Cox recently launched its Caller ID on TV service to several new markets in Louisiana.
The National Cable & Telecommunications Association has thrown its backing behind Cablevision Systems’ Supreme Court challenge to must-carry rules.
Dish Network's aggressive advertising blitz grabbed more subscribers for the third straight quarter, though that cut into profits during the final three months of the year.
Cablevision’s Optimum Business division is helping out its voice and data customers in the New York metropolitan area with a new partner program that helps them save money.