Comcast’s HD video Skype service will be available to its subscribers in 10 markets, and it’s using an adapter box from Technicolor to provision the service.
The Moxi box is getting an HTML5 browser, and the company is releasing a software development kit with the relevant APIs.
The two companies have combined their products to create a means of upgrading deployed DOCSIS 2.0 and DOCSIS 3.0 devices for management control.
Time Warner Cable MoviePass subscribers now have access to Vutopia’s movie service on their PC and Mac computers and laptops across the cable operator’s entire footprint.
Avail-TVN has come up with some new dynamic ad insertion (DAI) tools to help content providers monetize VOD viewing.
SeaChange and Tellabs will jointly demonstrate a new ad-targeting technology for over-the-top video that is based on Web browser activity.
Based on Entone’s FusionTV platform, Unity TV will unite Web-based content with free-to-air channels using a scheme designed to avoid retrans agreements.
All three networks are owned by Comcast's NBCUniversal, which will use NBC and NBC Sports Network as the central platforms for the London Games.
After previous deployments by Comcast and Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications is on the scoreboard now that it has rolled out its cross-promotional effort with Verizon Wireless in Oklahoma.
The legal distinction would give companies like Hulu and Netflix rights to programming they have not earned, the ACA argues.
Rogers Business Solutions is now offering its SIP trunking services to enterprises in Canada that are seeking scalable voice services while using less equipment.
Dynamic ad insertion vendor This Technology has added former Motorola and Broadbus Technologies executive Jeffery Binder to its board of directors.
CableLabs’ booth at the upcoming Cable Show will demonstrate how cable is moving at a gallop to innovate, with everything from augmented reality to a new way to tag and ID video content.
Cox Communications has developed a new internal channel for Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
After passing regulatory muster, SeaChange announced that it had completed the sale of its broadcast server and storage unit to a private investment group that has named the newly formed company XOR Media.
Leveraging its success with Comcast, the transcoder vendor will power multi-screen services from Columbus Communications.
Microsoft hopes leveraging the data it gets from partner Facebook will allow it to craft a search engine that really does provide more relevant results.
Mediacom Communications released unaudited financial results for the first quarter, which included a boost in data subscribers that somewhat offset its basic video subscriber losses.
iO subscribers will be able to rent some movies for two days, with no additional charge, but only on some movies.
The carrier is also making some modest progress with its DSL-based video product, Prism TV, adding 15,000 subs in the quarter.
SeaChange International has extended the shelf life of older, QAM-based set-top boxes with the release of its Nitro Now software.
Business services are the future for the Alltel spin-off, which expects to spend $1B this year on data centers and other infrastructure investments.
With new CEO Tom Rutledge at the helm, the company also reports an unexpected surprise – its first gain in video subscribers in years.
Comcast’s landmark deal with the Walt Disney Co. is starting to bear fruit with the news that WatchESPN is now available to Comcast’s subscribers.