In today's spotlight, FierceTelecom takes a look at announcements from AT&T that show how it is looking to sign small and mid-sized businesses to its commercial telecom products.
With DSL subscriber losses hurting growth at AT&T and Verizon, Comcast was the number-one broadband provider last year in terms of net subscriber additions, Leichtman Research Group said Monday.
Time Warner Cable owes Los Angeles $9.7 million in unpaid franchise fees, the city alleged in a lawsuit filed at U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California on Friday.
British telecom giant Vodafone agreed to pay €7.2 billion ($10 billion) to acquire Spanish cable operator Ono, which counts 1.2 million subscribers and 7.2 million homes passed.
LIN Media said late Friday that it signed a retransmission-consent deal with Cox Communications, minutes before its contract was set to expire.
Google Fiber has reportedly signed an agreement with the city of San Antonio to launch its 1-Gig Internet and pay-TV service there.
Viacom included a pitch for the interactive kids' channel it plans to launch this spring in Verizon FiOS TV homes during its upfront presentation for advertisers in New York on Thursday.
With the opening round of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship set to tip off on March 18, Turner Broadcasting is encouraging pay-TV subscribers to authenticate their subscriptions in order to access its March Madness Live mobile video apps.
An image of an gaming controller featuring Amazon's brand and buttons designed for media playback controls has ignited a media blitz with reports that speculate Amazon could soon begin selling a connected TV device that can support streaming video services and gaming.
Rovi hired Arris and Motorola Mobility veteran John Burke to help it develop next-generation interactive program guides, naming him EVP and COO.
Liberty Media Chairman John Malone said he hopes to fuel the expansion of Charter Communications with the creation of a Liberty Broadband Group tracking stock, and a decision to drop Liberty's plan to take full ownership of SiriusXM.
Jeff Binder, a cable industry veteran who sold Broadbus Technologies to Motorola in 2006, has formed a startup company in Boston that is developing a technology platform for IP-based video.
Dish Network has launched its new Super Joey DVR, which expands the number of programs subscribers can record simultaneously to eight.
Comcast, DirecTV and other pay TV distributors face new over-the-top video competition from TAPP (TV App), a startup led by former NBCUniversal Television Chairman Jeff Gaspin and former CNN CEO Jonathan Klein.
John Malone's Liberty Global has bought an equity stake in RDK Management, the joint venture Comcast and Time Warner Cable launched last summer to license software that can power subscription video delivered through IP video devices and hybrid set-tops.
In today's spotlight, FierceOnlineVideo takes a look at how CBS CEO Les Moonves warned attendees at an investor conference that the network could launch its own online video platform if Aereo succeeds in defending copyright infringement lawsuits that have been filed by CBS and other broadcasters.
Comcast Cable CEO Neil Smit and Suddenlink Communications SVP and Chief Programming Officer Patty McCaskill will each pick up a Vanguard Award for Distinguished leadership next month at The Cable Show.
Comcast's $45.2 billion agreement to acquire Time Warner Cable could make the idea of a potential DirecTV merger with Dish Network more attractive to regulators, DirecTV CEO Mike White suggested at an investor conference Tuesday.