Advertisements touting 3G networks have been dominating the airwaves for months, and now Sprint is rolling out a new marketing campaign to tout 4G.
AT&T’s U-verse speeds into Indy . . . Dordelman promoted at Comcast . . . Vonage taps Rowan as CFO.
A full plate of emerging tech and regulatory issue updates and a buffet of new hardware and equipment designed to improve/upgrade the smaller op’s network were center stage.
Cablevision Systems added 99,100 revenue-generating units in its fourth quarter and 297,700 during its fiscal 2009.
Comcast is checking off another area for its analog-to-digital conversion initiative with North Florida coming on board.
The SCTE has created the position of chief technology officer and has started a search process to find potential candidates to fill the position.
While Comcast is keeping its 100 Mbps deployment close to its vest, the U.K.’s Virgin Media said that it would start to roll out its 100 Mbps tier by the end of the year.
DirecTV expects to be the first video distributor to offer Common Sense Media's age-based content reviews on its TV programming guide starting this spring.
Aurora aims to solve “cable’s looming capacity challenge” as consumer demand increases for what used to be “nice-to-have” services, which are now “must-haves.”
Ad spending in the U.S. was down 9 percent in 2009, according to Nielsen, but cable TV and Spanish language cable TV stood out as the top-gaining media.
The FCC’s upcoming National Broadband Plan aims to free up 500 megahertz of spectrum for mobile broadband over the next decade.
With mobile penetration near saturation, soaring retention costs, consumer price sensitivity and surging data traffic demands, carriers must look beyond market share.
Blockbuster suffered a fourth-quarter loss of $435 million as its video rental stores struggled to attract consumers.
MetraTech bids for high-volume business.