Cable operators expanding their wireless ambitions may be on to something, according to Bell Labs’ Martin Glapa.
Here is some of the other news we've been tracking today.
AT&T has reportedly worked with Motorola to create a new smartphone-controlled add-on device that casts DirecTV Now service to the living room TV.
Against rising opposition to its proposed $3.9 billion merger, Sinclair got a slight break as Tribune shareholders voted in favor of the deal.
Hulu said that it has added nine Fox affiliates to its virtual pay TV service. The Big Media-owned streaming company said it now has deals with more than 290…
Fox Sports is deploying a wide array of video and audio technology for the 2017 World Series, including burying a bunch of microphones in the field.
Charter’s wireless ambitions continue to come into focus, with the company promising an “inside-out” strategy.
Verizon reported losses of 18,000 Fios TV customers in the third quarter, marking the third straight quarter in which it has lost pay TV subscribers.
CBS recently revealed details about how its upcoming sports streaming service intends to compete and differentiate from others.