Comcast has released the next generation of its X1 Voice Remote, the XR15.
The NCTC announced a technology deal with MobiTV that the cooperative says goes beyond the typical “hunting license” it typically provides.
The Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) announced that it has entered into an agreement with the North American Broadcasters Association (NABA).
Nexstar Media is buying LKQD Technologies for about $90 million cash. The companies expect the deal to close in late 2017 or early 2018.
Comcast has is deploying its xFi Advanced Gateway, leasing the DOCSIS 3.1-capable device in nearly 75% of its DOCSIS-enabled footprint.
Imagine Communications announced that CEO Charlie Vogt is stepping down and that Tom Cotney will replace him as CEO, effective immediately.
With aging technology and no CBS deal, the original vMVPD service faces an uncertain future in a crowded market.
Amazon and Google are not getting along right now, and that rocky relationship has resulted in YouTube being pulled from Amazon Echo Show and Fire TV devices.
Mediacom has become the latest telecom company to be sued by Sprint for internet phone patents.
A year after launching its virtual MVPD service, AT&T said today that its DirecTV Now platform has surpassed the 1 million subscriber threshold.