During the Consumer Electronics Show, Steve Donohue, editor of FierceCable, sat down with Dish Network President and CEO Joseph Clayton. In addition to talking about Dish's broadband wireless and over-the-top video ambitions, the former Sirius XM chairman offers his thoughts on pay TV consolidation, CES, and 4K Ultra HD TV.
Time Warner Cable lost 215,000 video subscribers in the fourth quarter, bleeding nearly twice as many customers as it did during the same period in 2012, CFO Arthur Minson said at a Citigroup conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei said Friday that Liberty's bid to take full control of Sirius XM could help it architect a deal that would see Charter Communications acquire Time Warner Cable.
LAS VEGAS-- Dish Network subscribers will soon be able to watch recorded programs on connected TVs from LG without using a set-top, the company announced on Sunday.
In a move that could help it compete with mobile video apps from rivals Cox Communications, Comcast and DirecTV, CenturyLink said it is beginning to offer its Prism TV subscribers the ability to stream 25 live TV networks on Apple's iPad and Google Android devices outside their homes.
Tribune Co. said it agreed to buy Sony's Gracenote subsidiary for $170 million, in a deal that could see its TMS division help pay TV distributors deliver interactive programming and advertising to viewers using TVs, tablets and smartphones.
Time Warner Cable agreed to pay a $1.9 million civil penalty to settle a federal lawsuit in which it is accused of demanding upfront payments or deposits from subscribers with negative credit reports, the Federal Trade Commission said late Thursday.
Clearing a path for the launch of a network-based DVR service, Time Warner Cable said Thursday that it launched a new cloud-based interactive program guide.
Comcast is considering buying all of Time Warner Cable or teaming up with another MSO to buy the nation's second largest cable operator, according to a report from Reuters.
Cablevision's Lightpath division said Wednesday that it is beginning to offer its commercial customers a service called Firebar, which can be used during a crisis to quickly set up an emergency audio conference by dialing a single phone number.