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Cord maybes: Pay-TV chases millennials with OTT services, but success is hardly guaranteed

Programmers are suddenly willing to play ball with OTT insurgents and are conceding to pared-down bundles targeted to millennials. But is their desperation a good thing?

Suddenlink-Viacom divorce day 3: Subscribers grousing about loss of Jon Stewart

As it grapples with its newfound fame as the poster child for small-to-midsize cable operators who have finally drawn the line on over-bundled programming deals, Suddenlink is also hearing a bit of chatter from forlorn subscribers who miss Viacom TV shows.

Apps update: Verizon adds 10 channels to FiOS TV platform, while WatchABC enhances its offering

Verizon has added 10 channels to its FiOS TV mobile app, giving subscribers the ability to stream networks including Fox Sports 1, HBO Latino and Showtime Family Zone on mobile devices.

40% of consumers under 40 watch TV on their smartphone every week, report says

The number of consumers that are using tablets and smartphones to watch TV is escalating. According to a study by Altman Vilandrie & Company, the percentage of tablet users watching TV or movies on tablets weekly jumped from 17 percent in 2013 to 26 percent. In addition, 40 percent of consumers under age 35 watch TV or movies on their smartphones every week.

At IBC, broadcasters and cable operators to chart a new path in a changing video landscape

Welcome to the IBC 2014 Preview Issue. This year, broadcasters, cable operators, and a host of service and equipment providers will converge in Amsterdam to explore one dominating theme: Can traditional television survive the onslaught of nontraditional media?

Comcast makes TV Everywhere app available on cellular networks

In a move that's certain to challenge the data-usage caps of many subscribers, Comcast has upgraded its TV Everywhere app to play on cellular networks.

BlackArrow update limits ad repetition in multiscreen video streams

TV ad tech company BlackArrow has introduced an update to its Advanced Advertising System that it says will limit the amount of times a specific ad is seen in both live and on-demand streams.

TWC, Bright House and Mediacom expand TV Everywhere offerings

Time Warner Cable, Bright House and Mediacom have expanded their TV Everywhere offerings to include more content for authenticated video subscribers.

Why isn't TV Everywhere ready for prime time?

More than five years after storming into the market, the U.S. pay TV's highly complex multiscreen initiative, TV Everywhere, remains a work in progress. Special report

Authentication, awareness are big issues, but TVE must get licensing straightened out first

More than 60 months after Time Warner, Inc. chief Jeff Bewkes and Comcast grand puba Brian Roberts first introduced the broad, sweeping industry-wide initiative known as TV Everywhere, this vital link to pay-TV's future remains a broken web of incomplete rights negotiations.