Twitter "felt responsible to cooperate with governments to make sure basic rights are not violated through the use of social media."
DirecTV and the owner of TV stations in Miami and Boston have resolved a dispute over fees the satellite provider pays to run broadcast programming.
Comcast, NBC News and NBC 5 Chicago jointly announced that they have pledged more than $2.7 million worth of in-kind and financial support to the Chicago-based Museum of Broadcast Communications.
After years of experimenting, the top video destinations on the Web are suddenly flush with original programming: documentaries, reality shows and scripted series.
After launching its iPad video app, Time Warner Cable will be sending live video streams to even more devices – including PCs and Macs, game consoles, and Internet-connected TVs – around the home.
After posting largely glowing numbers in its fourth-quarter earnings report, Time Warner Cable is not about to rest on its laurels.
AT&T said it lost $6.7 billion during the fourth quarter on the cost of its benefit plans, the downgrade of the value of its directory assets and a $4 billion charge for its attempt to acquire T-Mobile USA.
The city of Wilmington, N.C., has been testing out white space technology for almost a year, and the experiment went live.
Netflix has regained almost as many customers as it lost following an unpopular price increase, signaling that the video subscription service is healing from its self-inflicted wounds.
Israel is often referred to as "Start-up Nation," thanks to its long history of high-tech breakthroughs produced by scrappy little companies. But in one critical area, the speed of Internet connections, Israel has fallen behind other tech-savvy countries.
When you tap the screen, Viggle's software for iPhones and iPads listens to what's on, recognizes what you're watching and gives you credit at roughly two points per minute. It even works for shows you've saved on a DVR.
Concurrent recently racked up a customer win with Vectra, which is Poland's second-largest cable operator.
Avail-TVN is provisioning a full range of video-on-demand services, including high-definition, standard-definition and 3-D streams, for Bermuda CableVision.
The articles in the Oklahoman and the Kansas City Business Journal seem fairly innocuous: As a cost-cutting measure, Sprint plans to rely more on roaming for rural areas in the two states.
Skyfire Labs, a mobile video optimization company, has raised $8 million in Series C financing, and even though Verizon Investments participated in the round, the company views that as a plus, not a minus, when it comes to getting business with other Tier 1 carriers in North America.
Verizon's iPhone sales were strong, while on the wireline side, the company added 201,000 FiOS broadband and 194,000 FiOS video accounts.
BendBroadband has appointed Wade Holmes as its new vice president of technology after Holmes served in that role on an interim basis.
Give us two days, the company says, and we'll have you up and running with multi-screen services.
Amino Communications has selected Celeno Communications' Wi-Fi solutions for use in its IPTV set-top boxes.
BBC Worldwide picked the Comcast Media Center to pitch the programming from Spanish-language channel CBeebies from the CMC's video-on-demand content distribution platform.
With the aid of itaas, the MSO has upgraded about 1.6 million set-tops in nine of its systems so that they are EBIF-enabled, and it is in the process of upgrading another 1.9 million more.
According to The News Herald, the city of Springfield would make about $3.1 million in infrastructure upgrades before transferring its cable system over to Knology.
Time Warner Cable's TWC TV app is now available for use on iPhones, which means subscribers can now watch live shows in their homes, remotely manage their DVRs and change channels with their iPhones.
CableLabs invited manufacturers of 3-D-capable cable set-top boxes, TV sets and test equipment to an event during which they'll be able to evaluate how well their products interoperate.
DirecTV and the owner of TV stations in Miami and Boston are in a standoff over fees the satellite provider pays to run broadcast programming, leaving tens of thousands of viewers unable to see shows ranging from "American Idol" to the NFL playoffs.