Guest Post TiVo’s newly announced line of Roamio DVRs raises the bar on what a DVR can be.
Company says it’s like Roku, Apple TV, Slingbox, Google TV, your cable DVR — all rolled into one.
Cable industry argues that CableCard simply adds to subscriber costs.
With all the competition from streaming video and sexy competitors, Tivo may seem like an outdated relic. However, the company’s new partnership with smart TV app startup Flingo may change that.
Guest Post Although TiVo remains the best TV-watching experience out there, there’s a lot of room for improvement.
Guest Post Television is a tough business, and few innovators make it big. But these eight companies have defied the odds.
Funding news flooded our wire today with so many announcements and releases, it was like swimming upstream in a hurricane to keep up with it all. We’re having to include a lightning round below just to cover all the bases. Grab a life vest, a paddle, and check out what happened today in the maelstrom.
Though digital magazine circulation has increased significantly in recent months, it remains a mere one percent of overall circulation, Ad Age reported last week. A group of five major publishers is hoping Next Issue Media, a company launching its full-feature product tomorrow, can change that.
An SEC filing from March 14 reveals that Jim Barton, co-founder, chief technical officer, and senior vice president of TV recording service TiVo has resigned.
AT&T is getting into a bad habit of paying out millions of dollars just to continue operating various parts of its business.
Internet-connected TVs are becoming a lot more mainstream. The latest sign: Best Buy is announcing its own house label model, dubbed the Insignia Connected TV.