The NBA has been the most virtual reality-happy of the U.S. sports leagues, and that’s continuing through a new deal to offer live VR broadcasts on Turner.
The National Association of Broadcasters and the Consumer Technology Association prepare to launch a “living laboratory” in Cleveland.
WideOpenWest said it will have DOCSIS 3.1-powered 1-gig services available in 95% of its footprint by February.
Level 3 is blaming a configuration error for the backhaul stall that affected the networks of Comcast, Charter, Cox, Verizon and others.
Verizon’s Oath, the new company formed from a combined AOL and Yahoo, announced a board of advisers filled with famous athletes and models.
TiVo said that it has signed patent-licensing agreements with AT&T, Liberty Global and Sony for Sony’s PlayStation Vue service.
AT&T is planning a major upgrade to its DirecTV Now streaming TV service.
Altice has finally unveiled an advanced video platform for its U.S. market which combines X1-ish features into a whole-home entertainment hub.
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Arris reported third-quarter revenue that was essentially flat year over year at nearly $1.73 billion, with its pay TV set-top sales declining.