After Twitter won the rights last season to livestream Thursday night NFL games, another bidding war has Amazon, Facebook and YouTube also vying for the prize.
The FCC adopted a new Report and Order that expands broadcast stations’ ability to share a single TV channel so viewers continue to receive their programming.
Capex for the largest cable operators continues to grow in the high single digits, as MSOs invest money in fiber deployment.
Roger Lynch, who heads Dish Network’s virtual MVPD service Sling TV, was the satellite operator’s highest paid executive in 2016, pulling in $4.2 million.
Several of the major virtual MVPD operators have announced sports programming acquisitions just ahead of the start of the Major League Baseball season.
Dish’s AirTV is finally getting around to updating its software to allow full over-the-air channel integration as promised when the product was unveiled at CES.
Cable overbuilder RCN has announced the rollout of DOCSIS 3.1-powered gigabit service in Boston and other Massachusetts locales.
Raycom Media has accused AT&T of strategically enabling a blackout of Raycom stations on its U-verse platform in order to drive customers to DirecTV.
Disney CEO Bob Iger officially signed on to spend an additional year running the show at the House of Mouse.
Twitter has officially announced the Periscope Producer API aimed at adding new ways of sharing live video on Twitter for media companies and broadcasters.