Rogers Communications is reporting a slip in revenue and profit for the first quarter in the face of fierce competition in its cable and wireless divisions.
LG Electronics posted its first profit in three quarters, beating expectations thanks to a revival in its mobile business and demand for high-end TVs.
Spurred on by the build-out of LTE networks, the deep packet inspection market is projected to reach $2 billion in revenues in four years.
Google is hoping to build the world's largest digital filing cabinet in the latest attempt to deepen people's dependence on its services.
Multi-platform video vendor Epix will be serving up its own original programming, including documentaries, movies, comedies and sporting events.
The CEOs of Time Warner Cable and DirecTV add their voices to those who say the retransmission rules are outdated and broken.
The company is gaining success with the U-verse bundle, with high TV-data attachment rates
EchoStar is abandoning its efforts to serve Tier 2 and Tier 3 cable operators in the United States with its Aria platform, which included its own brand of set-top boxes.
Time Warner Cable has ramped up the data speeds for residential subscribers across Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, and it added DOCSIS 3.0-based tiers.
Midcontinent Communications has signed on with Synacor to help provision its TV Everywhere services, which include HBO Go and Max Go, to its subscribers.
While WOW works on the details of its impending purchase of Knology, Knology is sticking with its plan of offering more HD channels to its subscribers.
The aim is to connect individuals to their subscription services from anywhere, on any device.
Bright House Networks has hit the ground running in Florida with a feature-rich home automation and security system.
Time Warner Cable subscribers in New York City, Dallas and Charlotte, N.C., can tune into their favorite sports networks for live programming of local and regional sporting events on a range of devices.
While aggravation over the streaming/DVD split is abating, a looming problem is the rising cost of content licensing.
The Alltel spin-off is preparing for offering more cloud services.
Cablevision’s march to push content to more multi-screens continued with the release of its Optimum App for Laptop.
The company said it now has more than 5 million FiOS Internet customers.
The Minnesota service provider is trying out the integration of OTT content.
Worldwide set-top box shipments spiked upwards by 13.7 percent compared with the previous year, but revenue was nearly flat, according to a recent study by Infonetics Research.
With Knology’s 275,000 subscribers, WOW becomes the country’s 13th-largest multichannel video programming distributor.
Cox Communications is suing former business partner Sprint for patent infringement, a countersuit aimed at deflating a patent suit Sprint filed against Cox and three other companies.
Time Warner Cable has followed through on its promise to deliver live streaming video content to Android-based smartphones and tablets, but the catch is that those devices need to be running the Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
Using low-cost servers, Android-based set-tops and a cloud-based partner, Dyyno puts TV Everywhere within the reach of small operators.
Synacor is provisioning MetroCast Communications’ new Web portal that will give the cable operator’s customers access to its TV Everywhere service and other video content.