In a Cable-Tec Expo that has largely lacked breaking news, Cox provided the two biggest nuggets to date: It’s launching a live streaming service, called Cox TV Connect, during the holiday season, and separately, it has pulled the plug on its wireless phone 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.
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.
Time Warner Cable Business Class is hooking up nearly 1,000 TVs with HD service at historic Lambeau Fields, which will give Green Bay Packers fans even more to cheer about.
Comcast is covered on the policy front with its Washington, D.C.-based team.
In order to better serve consumers, there needs to be at least some level of collaboration between cable and the CEA.
Comcast targets HD DTA field trials, deployments later this year.
It’s official: Troy Cable has bought a system that serves the Alabama communities of Ozark and Troy from Knology.
TV viewers in Ozark, Ala., are experiencing cable operator churn.
IPTV service providers may be small in numbers, but they are starting to gain ground on cable and satellite providers.
Consumers are one step closer to being able to take their video content anywhere on various devices they own now that the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) announced this morning that it has launched a licensing program for content, technology
Canoe Ventures will release polling and trivia applications later this year.
World IPv6 Day was largely a hit by almost any measure.
Comcast has extended the reach of its IPv6 dual-stack trial.
A little more information trickled in.
Starting yesterday, Cablevision's Optimum branding replaced the Bresnan Communications name.
Suddenlink added basic video subscribers from Q4 to Q1.
Bright House Networks has ramped up relief efforts across the board.
Bright House has wrapped up the rollout of its DOCSIS 3.0 service.
Shaw boldly went where no other major North American MSO has gone.
It's going to take at least a year for the dust to settle on AT&T's $39 billion bid to buy T-Mobile, but the deal could impact Sprint Nextel, Clearwire, and Cox Communications if it goes through.
The company continues to work on its first major all-digital conversion project.
Videotron viewers have reached the Holy Grail of multi-screen viewing.
We're sure to hear more over the coming weeks about the impact of "cord cutters."