DirecTV said it will begin delivering on Friday live feeds from 30 cable networks to subscribers using mobile devices both inside and outside their homes.
Time Warner Cable is seeing an increased number of subscribers order wideband Internet tiers, along with customers who cancel pay TV service but keep a cable modem, CFO Arthur Minson said Wednesday at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecoms Conference in Barcelona.
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Three years after unveiling a second-screen application, DirecTV may be preparing to launch a mobile application called COPILOT, according to a trademark application it filed last week.
Suddenlink Communications lost 3,000 basic video subscribers in the third quarter, while picking up 21,900 high-speed Internet and 18,000 phone customers, according to earnings released by parent Cequel Communications Holdings last week.
Pennsylvania-based cable operator Blue Ridge Communications is making a big bet on TiVo, announcing a deal to deploy every product it is marketing to pay TV distributors, from DVRs to a Web portal.
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WWE said Tuesday that it named Matthew Singerman EVP of programming, and that the Fox News Channel and TV Guide Network veteran may help it launch a new network.
Bright House Networks announced today that it has secured a deal to provide high speed Internet, telecommunications and television services to Florida Polytechnic University.
CNBC said Monday that it launched a new app for Apple's iPad and iPhone that will offer a live feed from its cable network to subscribers of several major distributors, including Comcast, Dish Network, Cablevision, AT&T U-verse TV, Verizon FiOS TV and Charter Communications subscribers.
EchoStar's Sling Media subsidiary said it launched a channel on Roku's over-the-top video platform that allows pay TV subscribers to watch live programming and DVR content, and that it will introduce an app for Microsoft Windows 8.1 devices in December.
Mediacom Communications said Monday that it will soon deploy a media gateway from Pace that runs TiVo's user interface.
Discovery Communications is finally launching TV Everywhere content, announcing a deal Monday with Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) that includes "authenticated access to Discovery content in the near future."
Scripps Networks Interactive said Monday that it promoted company veteran Allison Page to GM of its home category, which includes HGTV, DIY Network and Great American Country.
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Comcast engineers are exploring how to let subscribers channel surf and even control the lights in their homes by using cameras and sensors that can detect gestures, according to a patent application published Thursday.
Fox Cable Networks struck a deal "valued at upwards of $750 million" for the cable rights to hit Fox series "The Simpsons," Variety reported Friday.
Two years after scrapping a test in which it would sell video-on-demand movies to subscribers a few weeks after they're released in movie theaters, Comcast reportedly plans to begin selling movies to subscribers before they are released on DVD.
WideOpenWest said Thursday that it picked up 8,400 video and 16,300 high-speed Internet customers in the third quarter, while it lost 2,800 phone subscribers.
As a Verizon quadruple-play customer, I've gotten used to seeing promotions for the new Redbox Instant streaming video service when I pay my bill online. It took the pitch to a new level Thursday morning, when it ran what could be compared to an online home page takeover ad. Before I could watch NBC's "Today" show, Verizon ran a static ad on my TV screen for Redbox Instant, offering one month of free service.