This is the first time that an engineering resource of a technology supplier company has been honored with the SCTE Canada award.
The facility will house production facilities for a sports network that focuses on Houston pro sports teams.
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.
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.
Alticast has launched an end-to-end digital interactive ecosystem for TV operators with support for cable, satellite, DTT, IPTV and hybrid systems.
Bright House Networks launched ViendoMovies – a 24-hour, commercial-free film channel that features contemporary and originally produced Spanish movies – in its Florida markets.
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.
Cablevision announced that its advanced advertising platform has delivered nearly 4 billion impressions in the New York metropolitan market that it serves.
Suddenlink Communications has largely completed the launch of its 20 Mbps broadband service in the former NPG Cable systems it bought last year.
Itaas customers now have access not just to EBIF apps, but to an app authoring platform via icueTV.
Glasses-free (autostereoscopic) 3-D TV has been demonstrated, but it has limitations that compromise it as a practical solution for the consumer market – at least for now.
Comcast, Verizon come out punching; Canoe Ventures shuts down iTV business; Cable closes in on universal support for TV apps; IP-based home security on the rise ...
The legendary singer Bing Crosby died in 1977, the same year YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley was born. But through the lineage of media technology, the two are practically blood brothers.
Popular demand for high-definition TV and the need to migrate to Internet protocol video delivery pose severe challenges, particularly for smaller operators with constrained resources.
The start-up based its approach on the network DVR concept that Cablevision established as legally defensible.
NBA fans will be able to watch Sportsnet's live coverage of Toronto Raptors hoops games on their computers and smartphones.
There's a busy year ahead for Liao and CableLabs before he leaves in December.
Support for a universal streaming video technology is growing, but Apple's refusal to play along could be problematic.
Cisco is taking aim at the burgeoning small cell market with a new generation of hotspots that will bring a cellular-type roaming experience to Wi-Fi.
Small wireless operators whose LTE services can't roam onto the networks of national providers because of interoperability problems could see some progress on the issue at the FCC's next open meeting.
Bill Styslinger has been an investor in the company since 2005.
The country's second-biggest MSO formally completes its $3 billion cash deal to buy the ninth-largest operator.