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Stemper keeps Comcast moving in business market

The business market remains one of the cable TV sector's hottest opportunities, and Comcast's Bill Stemper already is an industry veteran in this relatively new cable venue. Having worked for Cox

Judge's approval of Comcast-NBCU hits snag

Six months after the Comcast-NBCUniversal (Nasdaq: CMCSA) merger agreement appeared to have gained all the necessary approval, the federal judge charged with reviewing the merger conditions said he

Technicolor brightens Comcast's telepresence outlook

French vendor Technicolor has developed a telepresence network adapter for cable TV giant Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) that can be attched to set-top boxes or other gear to enable telepresence

Time Warner Cable reports lackluster demand for wireless

Time Warner Cable said it continues to see anemic interest in its wireless offerings. However, the company said it is preparing new bundles of wireline, Wi-Fi and wireless services, which the company

Comcast to offer subscribers HD videoconferencing option

Add another feather to the cap of cable TV provider Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA), which last month announced a deal with Skype to provide video calling to its cable customers. Today, the MVPD announced it

Comcast Business' Bill Stemper: Leading the journey into the enterprise market

Bill Stemper, President of Comcast Business (Nasdaq: CMCSA), has become adept at building up the business services units at MSOs. The Cox Communications veteran brought his expertise to Comcast in

Unfriendly neighbors: Comcast fires back at Bloomberg

The Bloomberg TV news channel recently filed a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission accusing Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) of violating the regulatory conditions of its NBCUniversal deal by

FCC requires CableCARD self-install by Nov. 1

The Federal Communications Commission announced in its latest report an order on CableCARD rule revisions that cable TV companies have until Nov. 1, 2011 to comply with a requirement to offer

Level 3: Dispute with Comcast hasn't been resolved

In case you were wondering (and we're not saying you were), Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) and Level 3 Communications (Nasdaq: LVLT) still have not resolved their peering dispute, which erupted in

Avail-TVN makes MPEG-4 appeal to small operators

Are small and rural TV operators ready to embrace MPEG-4? That's what Avail-TVN is betting with a new programming package of linear and video-on-demand content in the MPEG-4 format that is targeted