Rather than keeping over-the-top streaming videos from the likes of Netflix, Hulu and Amazon at arm's length, Charter is embracing them.
Following up on its iPad app release from March, Time Warner Cable is putting the finishing touches on a similar app for Android tablets.
On the day their extended retransmission contract ran out, Fox Networks and DirecTV reached an agreement.
Bright House Networks’ iPad app lets digital basic service or higher subscribers watch up to 100 live channels.
Cable video gateway deployments will grow from less than 700,000 units in North America and Europe to more than 10 million by 2016.
YouTube is making a bold step into original programming in an entertainment venture with some 100 content creators.
As Netflix struggles, Amazon's streaming service has inked brand new deals with major studios to bring more content to its Kindle Fire tablets.
Virgin Media has consolidated 20 different equipment inventories onto a single inventory control system provided by Convergys.
But Cablevision’s revenues did get a boost from the inclusion of the former Bresnan Communications customers.
DirecTV is accusing Fox of creating misleading advertising as the two renegotiate their retransmission contract.
MobiTV is banking on its cloud-based video platform to provision TV Everywhere-type services for cable, satellite and IPTV video providers.
Samsung Electronics said quarterly profit slid 23 percent as weaker demand for flat panels and computer chips offset booming smartphone shipments.
Redbox's DVD rental kiosks are attracting movie lovers fed up with Netflix's video subscription service.
Cablevision chief operating officer Tom Rutledge said the company is on track to complete a fiber ring in the former Bresnan Communications systems by year’s end.
BigBand has taken the wraps off of a targeted advertising application that lets IPTV video providers use “virtual zoning” to deliver ads to ad zones over linear TV.
To borrow a phrase from an infamous actor, Time Warner Cable’s high-speed Internet services were “winning” in the third quarter.
During its third-quarter conference call this morning, Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt said the company has deployed a cloud-based user guide in parts of Syracuse, Dallas and Los Angeles.
It’s a textbook example of how Comcast can deliver cloud-based services while also cutting the bottom line through virtualization.
Verizon recently announced that it’s now carrying E! HD on its FiOS channel lineup.
Pioneer Telephone Cooperative has selected a DVR set-top box from Amino for its IPTV service.
People still fear that cord-cutting may yet develop into a phenomenon, but the evidence is that it isn’t happening much.
Cisco is laying claim to an industry first with its new wireless IPTV receiver.
The joint solution will help service providers jump in quickly.
Netflix jolted its shareholders again with its third-quarter financial report.