Starz said it launched TV Everywhere app Starz Play on Microsoft's Xbox 360, allowing subscribers from Comcast, Cox Communications, Time Warner Cable, Verizon, Cablevision, DirecTV and Dish Network to navigate on-demand movies and TV series through the gaming console.
Just eight months after launching a subscriber acquisition campaign in which it offered a free Xbox 360 to broadband customers that ordered U-verse TV, AT&T (NYSE: T) said it'll stop offering its pay TV service on the gaming console on Dec. 31.
Midcontinent Communications said Friday it struck a deal with Comporium which will allow it to offer subscribers home automation, security and monitoring services.
Nearly four months after introducing its Contour app on Apple's iPad, Cox Communications said Friday that it launched an Android version of Contour on Google's Nexus tablet and Samsung's Galaxy Tab 2, Tab 3 and Note tablets.
Dish Network made another tweak to its Hopper multi-room DVR platform and program guide, announcing Friday that it added a "Free for Kids" section to its Hopper On Demand section which uses content ratings to display only kid-friendly programs.
Comcast is beginning to let subscribers with its cloud-based Xfinity X1 program guide take the X2 version of the personalized guide for a test drive.
Packing six tuners and 2 terabytes of storage space, Cisco's Explorer 9800 Hybrid Video Gateway Series tops FierceCable' s list of the top super DVRs.
Google Fiber launched a campaign aimed at boosting its subscriber count in the Kansas City area by the end of the year, announcing Wednesday that it will give new customers who order its 1-Gig Internet and pay TV service by Dec. 22 a free Nexus 7 tablet.
DirecTV said it will begin delivering on Friday live feeds from 30 cable networks to subscribers using mobile devices both inside and outside their homes.
In today's spotlight, FierceOnlineVideo editor Josh Wein takes a look at the nascent TV Everywhere industry, which he argues is finally starting to take off.