AT&T U-verse users will get a lump of coal in their stockings this year as the telco plans to raise the rates on its popular TV and voice service packages.
While young adults are widely viewed as completely dissonant towards cable, Comcast video services chief Matthew Strauss says they're actually among the biggest bundle buyers for the No. 1 cable company.
Suddenlink reported a significantly slowed rate of decrease in its number of basic video customers in the first quarter, losing only 6,400, compared with a loss of 35,000 in Q4 2014, its first three-month period after dropping Viacom channels.
Illegal pirating of video services has taken on a new form: direct streaming of online video. The proliferation of low-cost SVOD services like Hulu and Netflix has done little to slow the rate of online video piracy.
CenturyLink is officially establishing itself as the new video provider in Portland, Ore., as the telco reached a deal for a new franchise agreement with city officials with plans to deliver service sometime in 2015, reports The Oregonian.
Charter Communications reported 8 percent growth in third-quarter revenue to $2.3 billion, driven by narrowing video subscriber losses and burgeoning broadband customer gains.
The Nos. 1 and 2 cable companies in the U.S., Comcast and Time Warner Cable, ranked near the bottom in a survey conducted by J.D. Power, which polled consumers on their general satisfaction with video, Internet and phone services.
Level 3 is extending its video cloud services to the China market by signing an agreement with China Telecom Global Limited (CTG).
The Q1 2012 season is in full swing and FierceTelecom's sister publication FierceCable is hot on the trail of the cable industry's results. Tune into FierceCable to see how traditional cable
BT Wholesale (NYSE: BT) wants to be proactive about controlling the experience it provides to its carrier customers so it has employed IneoQuest's Video Service Assurance solution for its new TV