While Comcast is focused on expanding the rollout of its new Xfinity X1 user interface, the MSO is open to partnering with technology providers to offer subscribers other options to navigate video programming, CFO Michael Angelakis said Wednesday at a Goldman Sachs investor conference.
Cable operators dominated incumbent telcos in J.D. Power's latest residential telephone customer satisfaction survey, which ranked Cablevision, Bright House Networks, WideOpenWest and Cox Communications as the top regional providers.
In today's spotlight, FierceTelecom managing editor Samantha Bookman takes a look at the impact that the FCC's decision to allow cable operators to buy competitive local exchange carriers could have on the industry.
Comcast's NBCUniversal division said Wednesday that it promoted Linda Yaccarino to president of ad sales, where she'll oversee sales and marketing for its cable, broadcast and digital properties.
Comcast said Tuesday that it expanded the availability of its $299.95 monthly Extreme 305 Mbps wideband Internet service to several major markets in the Northeast.
Time Warner Cable said it will sell its entire 7.8 percent stake in Clearwire, another sign that the WiMAX provider is losing former allies as it moves toward its LTE launch next year.
Time Warner Cable plans to sell its 7.8 percent stake in Clearwire, as it focuses on using its partnership with Verizon Wireless to offer subscribers mobile products rather than resell access to Clearwire's WiMAX network.
EPB Fiber, the Chattanooga, Tenn.-based utility telco service provider known for its 1G Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) service, has realigned the structure of its speed and pricing regime.
Comcast began marketing its cloud-based Business VoiceEdge product to commercial customers in California.
Comcast has offered to deliver cable TV, high-speed Internet and phone service to the Massachusetts island of Chappaquiddick, but only if residents there help cover its $1.58 million in construction costs.