An estimated $170 billion in unrealized revenue potential could be unlocked if 1.7 billion women in low- and middle-income countries were to own mobile phones.
While it continues to perform miserably in measurements of consumer satisfaction, Comcast has notably ranked high in a Washington Post survey of top D.C.-area workplaces.
Pay-TV has penetrated 48 percent of all homes globally and will surpass 50 percent penetration, or about 1 billion homes, by 2017.
Making good on its promise to investors to turn its 2011 purchase of NBCUniversal into a cross-platform-advertising powerhouse, Comcast has pulled back the veil to its broad, multi-media advertising product, which it calls "Symphony."
New Street Research analyst Jonathan Chaplin says it's 80 percent to 85 percent likely that the FCC and U.S. Justice Department will approve Charter Communication's proposed $56.7 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable.
DirecTV and the NFL have been hit with a class-action suit, alleging that the bundling of games in the NFL Sunday Ticket package violates antitrust laws.
Although WWE has faced obstacles in its move into the online video space, financial analysts on Wall Street appear to be changing their view on the company now that it has racked up 1.5 million paying subscribers online.
Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch said he's worried about large cable companies jacking up the prices of broadband-only subscriptions to fight cord-cutting.
The NBA announced plans to unbundle its out-of-market OTT and pay-TV programming service, League Pass, potentially creating significant challenges to national cable channels and regional sports networks.
Charter Communications has begun marketing $13.8 billion in loans as part of its planned $56.7 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable, according to Bloomberg, which cited anonymous sources.
Comcast founder Ralph Roberts, who purchased a 1,200-subscriber Tupelo, Miss., cable company in 1963 and grew it into the conglomerate run today by his son, Brian, has died at the age of 95.
Denying a report that it was dropping a false-advertising complaint against its fiercest rival, Verizon, Cablevision said it is merely combining the action with a previously filed lawsuit in another court.
A New York City audit has found that Verizon failed to deliver on its promise of delivering FiOS TV and broadband services to anyone in the area who wanted it by 2014.
While consumer electronics makers and pay-TV companies complain about the dearth of available 4K programming needed to grow the market, 8K video has already surfaced on YouTube.
Striving to stay operationally viable despite spending 15 out of the last 16 months in regulatory limbo, Time Warner Cable announced the promotion of John Keib to executive VP and COO of residential services.
The American Cable Association has petitioned the FCC to impose merger conditions on AT&T and DirecTV, mandating that the combined company charge cable competitors reasonable prices to carry its five regional sports networks.
Charter Communications CEO Tom Rutledge said his company can continue to improve its service reputation by limiting its interaction with customers.
To hear executives at America's No. 4 and No. 10 cable companies explain it, television is a dead business. "The video subscription model is broken and cannot be fixed," read one presentation slide from Cable One. I agree with the first part. But I'm not sure about that second part.
According to a new Bloomberg report citing anonymous sources, Comcast hasn't talked to Deutsche Telekom AG about buying T-Mobile US--and isn't interested, anyway.
Defying the notion that ESPN is keeping the entire pay-TV universe from collapsing, TiVo-owned research company Digitalsmiths has found that only 35.7 percent of consumers would put the "Worldwide Leader in Sports" in a personal a la carte channel package.