Striking Charter technicians in the Big Apple found a way to get to Charter chief Tom Rutledge remotely at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo conference here yesterday.

Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries told an SCTE keynote audience that competition is fierce for cable operators looking to enter the European wireless market.

Cable operators and vendors here at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo argue that their industry is making steady progress toward virtualization.

SCTE named Liberty Global’s Bill Warga as its executive committee chair for the 2017-18 cycle, and Charter Communications’ Tom Adams as vice chair.

Luxembourg-based vendor SES said it has now signed up 35 pay TV companies for its end-to-end Ultra HD programming solution.

While pressure from over-the-top programming distributors has accelerated cord cutting for cable, satellite and telco service providers alike, cable is…

The city council in Lexington, Kentucky, has given Charter Communications 30 days to address a number of service issues or face fines.

Univision has accused Verizon of yanking its Spanish-language channels off Fios TV, with the companies unable to agree on a new retransmission deal.