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Pay TV providers ramp up Q2 earnings reports

Ready or not, earnings season is here. And from large and medium-sized publicly traded pay TV companies, to big technology and programming companies impacting the pay TV market, we've got you covered from now until early August.

TiVo founders scuttle their streaming startup, Qplay

TiVo co-founders Mike Ramsay and Jim Barton have announced that they're shutting down their video streaming startup, Qplay.

Study finds only 17% of U.S. broadband users are aware of 4K

If 4K/Ultra-HD is to become a consumer electronics phenomenon on par with HD a decade ago, it will have come from humble beginnings: A new Diffusion Group study shows the technology suffers from low consumer awareness but very high price sensitivity.

Time Warner Cable responds to Los Angeles request for 1 Gbps using DOCSIS 3.1

Time Warner Cable has officially joined the process of developing a 1 gigabit-per-second-capable broadband network for Los Angeles residents, businesses and government, responding to a request for information (RFI) put out by the city.

Fox-Time Warner deal could give Murdoch what he really wants: to compete with ESPN

One of Rupert Murdoch's primary reasons for pursuing the acquisition of Time Warner, Inc. is to bolster Fox Sports 1 into a cable network that can legitimately compete in the national sports programming arena currently dominated by ESPN.

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