Warner Bros. Korean entertainment SVOD DramaFever is the latest service to sign on as a channel partner with streaming hub VRV.
Comcast has given up its bid to acquire 21st Century Fox, leaving the Walt Disney Company clear for an expected acquisition of the media giant.
Television broadcast group Tegna has appointed Melinda Witmer, a former executive at Time Warner Cable, to its board of directors, effective immediately.
Comcast has announced a new X1 Voice Remote feature that lets users speak a voice command to find phones connected to their Xfinity Mobile account.
The media landscape is changing and evolving at a rapid pace—to put it mildly.
Verizon is reportedly backing off a plan to relaunch its Fios TV service on an overhauled platform.
Charter has settled the only still-pending programming licensing lawsuit filed against it in the wake of its purchase of Time Warner Cable.
Comcast has released the next generation of its X1 Voice Remote, the XR15.
Verizon will offer some national games to mobile viewers, "regardless of mobile network.”
Univision and Frontier renewed a distribution agreement for TV channels and local stations across Frontier's California, Texas and Florida footprint.