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The word's out: Clearwire plans pay-as-you-go service

Some people just can't keep a secret. After building suspense over what it might say today when it holds a media and analysts webcast, Clearwire (Nasdaq: CLWR) leaked the news: It's planning a

Clearwire plans pay-as-you-go service

According to a filing from the company, Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) on Monday plans to announce new pay-as-you-go service pricing. The action could significantly expand the carrier's addressable market

British Telecom, Disney to launch ABC On-Demand in U.K.

No doubt the economists and regulators sitting down to discuss Comcast's (Nasdaq: CMCSA) NBC Universal acquisition are chewing on the fact that the Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) has entered into an

Economists, regulators to meet and discuss Comcast-NBCU

Insomniacs must be shattered to know that today's FCC-created meeting between economists and regulators to discuss the Comcast-NBC Universal acquisition is closed to the public. Just imagine:

Comcast picks Philadelphia for switched digital video

Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA), which some thought had given up on the idea of switched digital video (SDV) in favor of an all-digital play, is back in the SDV game in its own backyard. Multiple sources

Apple floats iTunes TV series rental suggestion to networks

Apple hasn't forgotten its iTunes service even as it pushes forward with what it would like to call iTV. In fact, just the opposite, Apple has reportedly been in talks with TV networks about renting

CWA dedicated $225,000 to lobbying in Q2

The Communications Workers of America (CWA), the telecom industry's largest union, kept up its lobbying efforts in the second quarter. According to a disclosure, report, the CWA spent $225,000 in the

Verizon ropes in more Time Warner content for FiOS online video users

Soon Verizon (NYSE: VZ) FiOS TV customers will have even more online video content to choose from as the telco has expanded its agreement with Time Warner Inc (NYSE: TWX). Joining the online lineup,

Friday fights: Disney, TWC retrans war goes hand-to-hand

OK, so far we've detailed how trade and consumer groups are fighting over Comcast's (Nasdaq: CMCSA) NBC Universal acquisition and consumers and community/city officials are duking it out with Comcast

Consumers take swipes at Comcast cable service; lawyers line up against TWC

Maybe Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) wants to become a broadcaster because being a cable company is no cakewalk. As an MSO, the Philadelphia-based media behemoth is taking a beating throughout the land.