Topic: government regulation
Canadian cable operator Rogers Communications is accused of pushing products and services that customers often don’t need, or in some cases, don’t even know they’re getting.
Starz continues to urge the FCC to intervene in a carriage dispute that has seen 16 Starz channels blacked out on Altice USA’s Cablevision system.
Charter told the New York Public Utilities Commission it is ahead of schedule on a series of state broadband infrastructure improvements.
The DOJ has contacted pay TV operators, asking their top executives to serve as witnesses in its suit against the AT&T-Time Warner deal.
Charter Communications has named veteran GOP political operative and hotel industry lobbyist Vanessa Green Sinders to its government affairs team.
Charter shed more light on its wireless strategy in commentary sent to the FCC last week, even adding a new buzzword: “inside-out.”
An analysis of Comcast’s capex reveals that the company was on track to spend about $50 billion even before the FCC voted to roll back Title II.
The FCC is proposing a $13.3 million fine against Sinclair Broadcast Group for failing to properly disclose programming sponsored by a third party.
As 2018 approaches, FierceVideo is looking back at the stories that had the most impact over the past year.
The American Cable Association called on federal regulators to “fully investigate” the $52.5 billion deal.