Halloween is over, but that doesn't mean the nightmares that plague wireless industry executives are going away anytime soon.
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.
In today's spotlight, FierceWireless takes a look at the FCC's decision to approve an order implementing a 700 MHz interoperability solution that will eventually give smaller carriers access to the same 700 MHz LTE devices AT&T use.
Dish Network said Tuesday that it is beginning to supply passengers from Southwest Airlines with free iPad 2 loaners that they can use to watch TV programming during their flights.
Demonstrating a remote control that could let a cable subscriber who sees a Pizza Hut ad on TV receive a coupon by tapping his remote to a smartphone, top Comcast remote control supplier Universal Electronics is offering a glimpse at some of the next-generation applications that could be deployed by major pay TV distributors using near field communication (NFC) technology.
Dish Network filed an FCC complaint against broadcaster Media General on Friday, hoping to force the company to negotiate a deal to end a blackout of its TV stations that began on Oct. 1.
Dish Network and ESPN parent Walt Disney Co. said late Monday that they signed short-term contact extension, avoiding--at least temporarily--a blackout of ESPN, ABC stations and several other networks.
Comcast's NBCUniversal subsidiary filed an involuntary bankruptcy petition on Friday aimed at letting it take full ownership of Comcast SportsNet Houston, the regional sports network controlled by the Houston Astros.
J.D. Power ranked Verizon as the top broadband provider in every region where it offers FiOS Internet, and said FiOS TV was the top pay TV service in the East in terms of customer satisfaction.
Three weeks after ending its 32-day blackout of CBS Corp. owned-and-operated stations and Showtime Networks, Time Warner Cable posted a video it shot with EVP Melinda Witmer which appears to be aimed at keeping its push to reform retransmission-consent rules in the spotlight.