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Sizing up the cable industry's Q3 2011 results

How did multiple system operators, satellite and IPTV providers in the pay TV arena perform in the third quarter? FierceCable has a look at the cable and video service segment's Q3 earnings. One of

Cable in-home appointment wait times cost consumers $37.7B per year

If you're frustrated about the time it takes for the cable technician to come out and fix your malfunctioning cable modem or voice line, you're not alone. According to a new IBOPE Zogby poll of 1,000

Google considers adding video service to its FTTH service mix

While much of the attention around Google's (Nasdaq: GOOG) ambition to wire up places like Kansas City with Fiber to the Home (FTTH) have centered around higher data speeds, it appears that the

How did the cable industry fare in Q3 2011?

Cable continues to face a number of key challenges in Q3 2011, including the continual loss of its bread and butter video base to telco's IPTV service offerings--a trend we recently covered in a

Mark Dzuban, CEO of SCTE, gives a sneak peek of the Cable-Tec Expo

Steve Donohue, editor of FierceCable talks with Mark Dzuban, CEO of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) and a well known cable industry veteran, about what attendees should

Time Warner Cable, NBCUniversal ranked best cable companies for women

Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) was ranked as the best cable operator for women in the cable industry, while NBCUniversal is the best programmer, according to Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT).

AT&T, DirecTV beat cable in J.D. Power pay TV customer satisfaction survey

AT&T's (NYSE: T) U-verse TV and DirecTV (Nasdaq: DTV) topped cable MSOs in J.D. Power's annual customer satisfaction survey of pay TV subscribers. AT&T's IPTV was the top ranked service in

Broadband and voice help cable operators soothe video loss pains

In the third installment of this week's spotlight on broadband subscribers, FierceCable editor Steve Donohue talks about how cable operators are making up for ongoing video subscriber losses by

Cable operators can still thrive while losing basic video customers

I sneered when cable executives first began pushing Wall Street analysts a decade ago to measure the success of an MSO by counting the total number of RGUs, or revenue generating units, that a

IPTV continues to gain ground over cable in the video fight

As we head into the Q3 2011 earnings season, Jim O'Neill, editor of FierceIPTV, examines how the telco's IPTV gain is cable's video loss as part of a series looking at the cable vs. telco broadband