AT&T said it is turning on its LTE service in a dozen new markets "soon" as it works to catch up with larger rival Verizon Wireless, whose LTE network already covers large portions of the country.
Verizon Wireless and four cable companies are being asked to provide more information to the FCC about a marketing and cross-selling agreement they signed at the same time they forged a multi-billion-dollar spectrum deal.
Mediacom Communications released unaudited financial results for last year and the fourth quarter, which included an increase in revenues and a loss of 67,000 basic video subscribers.
Cable One has tabbed Synacor for the launch of its TV Everywhere services, as well as its customer Web portal.
New modem technology from the vendor helps achieve faster throughputs on Ku-band systems.
Viera Connect also includes a first foray into home broadband networking – with a fitness application.
Vevo is also planning to do "a lot" to migrate to TV screens and will soon be connected to game consoles.
In an effort to bring more value to cable operators’ TV Everywhere services, thePlatform has added new features to its mpx system that enable customized content bundles and the ability to segment subscribers.
Ericsson is cutting back on its workforce in North America, where it currently employs more than 14,000 people.
Movies from Sony and Disney will work on iCloud, but films from Comcast's Universal Pictures and 20th Century Fox won't, at least initially.
The new iPad unveiled comes with improvements that may not be readily apparent to the casual observer.
This is the first time that an engineering resource of a technology supplier company has been honored with the SCTE Canada award.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is reportedly in discussions with some of the largest cable operators in the nation in regard to adding Netflix's streaming service to the MSOs' on-demand services.
In order to alleviate customers' computer-related frustrations and cut down on truck rolls to their homes, Cox Communications' Cox Tech Solutions is now available across the cable operator's entire footprint.
Sprint is reportedly planning to end its network-sharing agreement with LightSquared, another setback for the struggling company.
Apple is set to unveil its next-generation iPad at an event in San Francisco, and analysts and news outlets also have speculated that the company could take the wraps off of a new Apple TV product.
Google launched Google Play, a media hub that aggregates all of its many content storefronts – Google Music, Android Market, Google eBookstore – into one central entertainment hub.
With Leo Brennan set to retire, Cox Communications promoted Jill Campbell to Brennan's former roles of executive vice president and chief operating officer.
Verizon Wireless introduced HomeFusion Broadband, a new service that will bring wireless LTE service into the home as a primary broadband connection for those in areas with limited options.
Alticast has launched an end-to-end digital interactive ecosystem for TV operators with support for cable, satellite, DTT, IPTV and hybrid systems.
The company's WaveLogic 3 includes an optical transmitter that incorporates DSP.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to use a job creation fund to extend broadband to rural New York communities, some of which lack even cellular coverage.
More than 2,000 people from across the fiber to the home industry gathering under one roof to learn, network and join together to create an all-fiber future!
Time Warner Cable Media is the first cable operator to pick Nagra-OpenTV’s EclipsePlus/xG Billing offering, which is the vendor’s first module in its forthcoming line of next-generation advanced advertising products.
Verizon Wireless defended its $3.9 billion purchase of spectrum from four cable companies against critics of the deal in documents filed with the FCC, and it continued to insist the Commission exclude a marketing side deal from its review of the transaction.