Time Warner Cable really isn’t doing so hot, as evidenced by its latest earnings report. Not only is the company losing a massive number of TV service subscriptions, but it’s also losing broadband Internet service customers too. Oh, and did I mention TWC kind of sucks in general?
Back when cable visionaries foretold the age of 500 channels, did anyone ever expect they’d have to buy them in big bundles at a time? Canada is now reaching for that unrealized Promised Land, where 500 channels means 500 choices.
The online video network for AOL-owned news publication Huffington Post, HuffPost Live, has signed a new deal that will bring its content to cable television.
Google has forged an agreement to bring premium TV channels HBO and Cinemax to its Google Fiber TV customers, the company announced today.
Major broadcast station CBS could disconnect its freely available broadcast signal in favor of becoming a cable channel, according to recent comments made by CBS chief exec Leslie Moonves.
News Corp. may take its major broadcast station Fox off the air and convert it to a cable network, the company said today.
Intel is apparently making some progress on bringing content for its forthcoming pay-TV service that’s expected to launch before the end of the year.
HBO’s executive leadership seems locked on keeping access to the premium cable network exclusive to cable and satellite TV subscribers, the same isn’t necessarily true for its HBO Go streaming service.
Verizon plans to gauge the level of interest for each channel based on how many unique viewers watch a channel for longer than five minutes each month via their set-top boxes.
With all the major game consoles repositioning themselves to become platforms for the next generation of television, some major cable TV service providers are turning their attention to gaming.
If cable service providers want help revolutionizing the television industry, they definitely have funny way of asking for it.
Much like The Batman’s effect on Gotham City’s criminals, Google’s newly announced Fiber TV service will strike fear into the hearts of big cable company executives across the country.
Video serving company Avail-TVN just closed a $100 million funding round. The company offers digital video for cable TV networks.
Google’s announcement Friday of its plan to bring a hundred channels of new Hollywood-produced content to the Web may well be a watershed moment for television.
Is it possible that a deal between an obscure cable channel and a slightly less obscure provider of streaming video could mark the beginning of the end of cable TV’s business model?
Samsung announced today that it will let users of its tablet computers, smartphones and TVs access content directly from Comcast and Time Warner Cable via the internet.
The Federal Communications Commission is set to approve the merger of cable TV company Comcast with NBC Universal, clearing the way for the mega-merger to become a reality.