AT&T announced today the launch of its third-generation headend for DirecTV’s hospitality market, the COM3000.
As John Stankey prepares for his new role following the $85 billion Time Warner merger, he’s promising business as usual for the company’s key networks.
21st Century Fox is reportedly prepping short video segments that are available for sponsorships and will run during ad breaks.
The Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center is the first to launch the new service.
Discovery has selected a building in Manhattan’s Flatiron district as its new global headquarters. The company is also expanding in Virginia.
After pivoting away from mobile video tech, 19-year-old "startup" MobiTV is about to challenge TiVo for the small MSO market.
Jeff Shultz, chief business officer for Pluto TV, said the ad-supported video aggregator has about twice the monthly audience of all the vMVPDs combined.
AT&T wasted little time in officially wrapping up its $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner, a name which AT&T will ditch in favor of a new moniker…
Ruckus Networks chief commercial officer Ian Whiting has been named CEO of the recent Arris acquisition, replacing Dan Rabinovitsj.
A panel of leading industry experts at the TV of Tomorrow show concurred that the current addressable ad market is disappointingly small.