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Comcast has announced the latest software upgrades to its X1 video operating system, organizing sports programming by pro leagues.
Twitter has signed a livestreaming deal with NASCAR that will give users on the platform an inside-the-car view during races.
CableLabs has begun to roll out new standards aimed at simplifying deployment of network function virtualization (NFV) services in the last mile.
Disney’s upcoming branded streaming service will likely be priced around $5 per month in order to drive wider adoption.
Universal Pictures and Warner Bros. are among studios in talks with Comcast and Apple to offer premium video on demand (PVOD) movies for $30-$50 each.
An AT&T marketing executive testified in a federal trial that its DirecTV unit didn’t test to see if advertising disclosures were clear to consumers.
Meeting TV programming desires by assembling OTT services is now almost more expensive than paying a monthly bill for traditional pay TV.