One of the first installations of Imagine’s Ice products performed by Falcon is with Media Three.
RLTV, a cable network that provides news and entertainment for viewers over the age of 50, has launched in several of Mediacom Communications’ markets.
Penthouse has struck a deal to provide Kabel Deutschland with 3-D, HD and SD adult content for viewing on the German cable operator’s VOD platform.
The company intends to work with consumer electronics manufacturers to get broadband-based TV integrated into a wide range of consumer products.
Sony will double down on the Google TV concept with a similar box that also incorporates a Blu-ray player, due during the holiday season.
Cable operators still rule the roost when it comes to the number of worldwide pay-TV subscribers, but satellite and IPTV providers are poised for a takeover.
The cable over-builder recently added 11 HD channels in its Auburn, Ala., system.
Between a lack of content and a lack of consumer interest, the 3-D juggernaut is looking more like an M1 Abrams body on a Yugo chassis.
When it comes to home networking devices, North America is the worldwide leader.
A low share price coupled with a favorable competitive environment could make the company a good buy.
According to recent research, digital TV subscribers in North America will increase from 114 million last year to 129 million in 2016.
Secret negotiations among dozens of countries preparing for a United Nations summit could lead to changes in a global treaty that would diminish the Internet's role in economic growth and restrict the free flow of information.
For the second year, Charter Communications is hosting Charter Center Stage 2012 Battle of the Bands, with the winner performing at the Taste of St. Louis.
The MSO has begun offering the wireless service in several areas in Michigan and in a number of cities in states across the Southeast.
Verizon's top executive is aiming to use the company's spectrum deal with the cable industry as a key entry point for what he sees as the next major part of its business: mobile video.
The two argue that TV makers need to create a common development ecosystem for smart TVs, similar to development platforms in the PC and cable industries.
South Korea is forecasting blistering growth in the use of a network technology that gives the fastest speeds for connecting to the Internet from a mobile device.
Shaw Direct is laying claim to being the first direct-to-home provider in Canada to use adaptive streaming technology to deliver video-on-demand content directly to subscribers’ set-top boxes.
SeaChange International is continuing in its evolution as a software-based company with the purchase of interactive TV software developer Flashlight Engineering and Consulting.
A new report suggests that even with limited viewing options, Netflix remains a highly viable option for many viewers vis-à-vis VOD.
The Taiwanese service provider expands its Envivio infrastructure to enable the delivery of Olympics content to subscribers viewing on PCs, tablets and smartphones.
Broadcom co-founder Henry Samueli is recognized for his development of analog and mixed-signal circuitry that helped enable cable modem technology.
International cable operator Liberty Global announced that all of its corporate offices will now operate under the Liberty Global banner.
Microsoft has been trying to introduce a successful tablet for years. Maybe this time it’s done it.