Time Warner Cable said Friday that it is launching Comcast-backed kids network Sprout in several cities, including Dallas, Austin and San Antonio, Texas; Honolulu; Kansas City, Mo.; and Syracuse, Rochester and Albany, N.Y.
Phoenix-based cable MSO Cable One lost 14,643 video, 5,004 high-speed Internet and 2,737 telephone customers during the third quarter, parent The Washington Post Co. reported Friday.
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Qualcomm, which has made a business manufacturing chips for smartphones, is emerging as a "serious contender" in the market for set-top chips, IHS said in a research report released Friday.
Brushing aside reports that he isn't interested in merging Time Warner Cable with Charter Communications and other cable MSOs, Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt insisted Thursday that the company would agree to a deal if it made money for shareholders.
In addition to rolling out a new DVR from TiVo containing six tuners, Atlantic Broadband signed TiVo to build it a TV Everywhere portal that subscribers can use to receive personalized recommendations, Atlantic Broadband Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer David Isenberg told FierceCable.
After losing 306,000 video subscribers in Q3, Time Warner Cable will kick off a holiday promotion next week in which it will offer subscribers a free Samsung tablet "fully loaded" with apps such as TWC TV and HBO Go, COO Rob Marcus said Thursday.
Google Fiber said Wednesday that it launched new apps for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch that subscribers can use to channel surf and manage DVR recordings.
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Pace surpassed longtime set-top market leader Cisco in market share during the second quarter, according to a report released Wednesday by Infonetics.
Verizon is talking to Intel about buying part or all of its Intel Media division, which has been developing a virtual pay TV service, AllThingsD reported Wednesday.
Clearing a path for distributors to develop broadband services offering speeds of up to 10 Gbps, CableLabs released its DOCSIS 3.1 PHY (physical layer) specs on Wednesday.
Other cable operators have expressed interest in licensing Comcast's X1 platform, Neil Smit, CEO of its cable unit, told analysts this morning.
Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt disclosed Tuesday that he was treated for melanoma in 2008 and that doctors told him recently that the cancer has recurred.
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Weeks after rivals Verizon FiOS TV and AT&T U-verse TV added out-of-home streaming capabilities to their mobile video apps, Comcast said Tuesday that it will soon let subscribers watch 35 live networks on Apple iOS and Google Android devices.
Comcast said Tuesday that it plans to install Wi-Fi hotspots at 70 train stations in Philadelphia over the next five years.
After Hurricane Sandy left Cablevision, Time Warner Cable and other distributors scrambling to repair damaged networks and restore service for subscribers, organizers at last weeks' SCTE Cable-Tec Expo made business continuity and disaster recovery planning a key focus of the convention.
Comcast said Monday that it will host a multiscreen advertising event at its Philadelphia headquarters on Nov. 7, which will include panels featuring executives from ESPN, comScore, MediaVest and Comcast.
Time Warner Cable said Monday that it has doubled the speed of its Ultimate Internet tier to 100 Mbps in Los Angeles, and that it will offer Ultimate 100 in New York City and Hawaii by the end of the year.