You do that Vudu that you do so well – Wal-Mart gets an exclusive on a box that will support its video service.
The carrier will use equipment from Alcatel-Lucent to bring fiber-based broadband to rural Vermont customers.
Wal-Mart is testing the UltraViolet digital rights locker – it will provide free streaming rights to movies that customers can prove they own.
Facebook keeps probing ways to get into the film rental biz.
Shaw’s Wi-Fi trial is still ongoing with its customers in Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton, and the lessons learned from the trial are creating the framework for broader rollouts of the service.
Advanced advertising vendor BlackArrow has released new software that was designed to help cable operators work with programming networks to expand the sale, placement and measurement of dynamic advertising insertion across IP and traditional pay-TV platforms.
Dell servers running software from EdgeCast and Elemental will help service providers target the enterprise market.
The new capability supports media companies used to sharing and working with unprocessed video.
Elevate said it will use Clearwire's WiMAX network for fixed and mobile broadband services through an expanded MVNO deal with Sprint.
The organization makes a series of moves that will help its members better deal with IPTV, OTT and other recent networking issues.
Mediacom Communications will add 43 new HD channels to its lineup in Des Moines and surrounding areas, which will give it more than 100 HD offerings once the channels have been launched.
Entone has hooked up with BTC Broadband to help provision a new hybrid TV service in Bixby, Okla.
The service will make it easier for some service providers to jump into TV Everywhere.
Hargray Communications has entered into a definitive agreement to buy Charter Communications’ Beaufort County cable system in South Carolina that serves about 7,000 subscribers.
Netflix executives John Ciancutti and Todd Yellin are trying to create a video recommendation system that knows you better than an old friend. It's a critical mission as Netflix faces pressure.
According to a recent study by optical transport vendor Aurora Networks, digital return path technologies will surpass analog by 2014 as cable operators’ preferred choice to meet the increase in upstream demands.
T-Mobile and Leap Wireless plan to swap spectrum in a number of markets as they work to find additional bandwidth for their respective LTE networks.
China protests being shut out of Australia’s broadband projects.
Microsoft strengthens its position against Internet rivals.
Customers with standalone DSL will be able to keep it, but the service won’t be extended to anyone else.
T-Mobile USA is going after Verizon Wireless' claims that it uses spectrum more efficiently than other operators, a new line of attack in its fight to block Verizon's $3.9 billion purchase of nationwide AWS spectrum.
Google's policy of openness seems to permeate everything it does.
Greystripe is using its relationship with parent company ValueClick to up the ante in the mobile ad network space.
Why did bundle integration seem to stop with Caller ID on TV?
Alvarion announced that it expects first-quarter 2012 revenues to be approximately $33 million to $33.5 million below previous guidance, primarily as a result of lower-than-expected sales of an older product line that the company intends to replace.