I've been thinking about how to tell the story of John Rigas, the cable pioneer who founded Coudersport, Pa.-based MSO Adelphia Communications, ever since I visited Pennsylvania in early November to attend an event hosted by the nation's largest cable company – Comcast.
Time Warner Cable said Thursday that former Insight Communications President Dinni Jain will succeed Rob Marcus as TWC's chief operating officer on Jan. 13.
Aereo said Thursday that it plans to flip the switch on its local broadcast TV platform in the Baltimore, Md., metropolitan area on Dec. 16.
Blue Ridge Communications said it is beginning to market home security and automation services to its cable subscribers in southeastern Pennsylvania using a managed solution from Comporium.
Debate involving the use of broadband stimulus funds sparked a clash between the head of Frontier Communications' West Virginia operations and Citynet CEO Jim Martin during a public meeting at the state's capital on Wednesday, according to a report in The Charleston Gazette.
Google Fiber is drawing some complaints from residents in Kansas City, Mo., after installing utility cabinets on sidewalks to power its 1-Gig Internet and pay TV service.
The Tennis Channel said Wednesday that it asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review a court ruling in May which allowed Comcast to carry the network on a premium sports tier.
Cablevision could soon face new competition in the Long Island town of Glen Cove, N.Y., where Verizon is seeking a cable franchise for its FiOS TV service.
Time Warner Cable said Wednesday that it plans to open a 45,000-square-foot space in New York next month called Time Warner Cable Studios.
Less than three weeks after naming Comcast veteran Steve Reynolds CTO, Harris Broadcast said it struck a deal to acquire IP video tech firm Imagine Communications.
Starz said it launched TV Everywhere app Starz Play on Microsoft's Xbox 360, allowing subscribers from Comcast, Cox Communications, Time Warner Cable, Verizon, Cablevision, DirecTV and Dish Network to navigate on-demand movies and TV series through the gaming console.
DirecTV said Wednesday that it has invested in digital video startup firms LiveClips and i.TV.
Madison Square Garden Co., which is controlled by Cablevision CEO Jim Dolan, said Tuesday that it signed a deal which will see rock legend Billy Joel perform monthly at its Manhattan arena indefinitely.
DirecTV said that it lost the feeds for ABC and Fox affiliates that cover the Springfield, Mass., market, after its retransmission-consent contract with Gormally Broadcasting expired on Sunday.
Time Warner Cable confirmed that it is beginning to offer subscribers a $29.99 monthly subscription bundle that includes local broadcast channels and HBO.
After failing to agree to terms for a contract renewal, AT&T said it decided to drop horse racing network TVG from its U-Verse TV lineup.
AT&T said Tuesday that it launched a new interactive weather application for U-verse TV subscribers.
CenturyLink said that has hiked the subscription fee for its standalone DSL service by $2 monthly.
Speculation about a potential purchase of Time Warner Cable by Comcast Corp., Charter Communications or Cox Communications is causing the company's stock to soar. According to Craig Moffett of MoffettNathanson Research, the company's stock has increased in price 45 percent over the last six months. On Friday, TWC's stock closed at $138.22.
Huawei successfully demonstrated LTE broadcast technology (also known as LTE multicast) in Southeast Asia working with operator Smart Communications in the Philippines. The companies used the 2.1 GHz spectrum for the demo.