In this week's Videomind podcast, Hack and Flack sling the hash on the most recent spate of cable company earnings that came with surprise subscriber increases, executive moves at AT&T and Dish
Charter Communications, which added 115,000 high-speed Internet subs in Q4, sees the broadband business as a major opportunity that it so far has under penetrated.
Charter Communications added subscribers in Q4 and for the full year in 2015, the first time it’s managed to do that in a decade, but it came at a cost; the company reported a loss of $1.09 EPS in
Thinking we may be at the pinnacle of mobile traffic? Think again.
Comcast beat Wall Street estimates on revenues for Q4 2015, with sales of $19.08 billion for the quarter, off $320 million; EPS was 81 cents, missing by 1 cent.
There’s no way to confuse CenturyLink with Comcast; one has some 269,000 pay-TV subscribers, the other 22.3 million.
Adoption of smart TVs is accelerating in developed markets around the globe as the demand for streaming content and better picture quality drives sales.
CBS and NBC will each televise five Thursday Night Football games in 2016 and pay a lot more for the privilege.
AT&T is wasting little time in leveraging its new DirecTV assets to help build its over all video product, so it should come as no surprise that there’s been a realignment among top executives
Time Warner, which has been rumored since November to be interested in becoming the fourth owner of streaming video site Hulu, apparently is concerned that having current seasons of shows on the se
Verizon has cut a deal with Sony to get content for its go90 mobile video service, reportedly is in the midst of negotiations for content from Hearst, and now has announced it’s bringing live and o
Dish Network has rolled out the third-generation of its whole-home DVR system, Hopper 3 features, to customers nationwide.
Cord cutting has been established as a continuing threat to the pay-TV industry in the United States, and a new report from a research company in Great Britain maintains that consumers globally – e
Subscription video on demand spending among U.S.
Smart TVs were supposed to be the bastard children of the digital video revolution, too expensive with too long a replacement cycle and too unwieldy to be able to pivot as the technology behind vid
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Break out the bubbly, the industry’s longest-suffering (and hardest hit) pay-TV provider, Time Warner Cable, added subscribers for the quarter – it’s the first time the company has had positive sub
If there’s anything likely to help the tech industry’s lagging self-confidence after lackluster earnings from Apple and Netflix’s apparent swift fall from grace, it’s got to be Facebook, which repo
AT&T grew revenues in Q4 with a substantial helping hand from DirecTV, reporting EPS of 63 cents, in line with analyst expectations and $42.1 billion in revenue, missing Wall Street forecasts b
Among children in the United Kingdom, Netflix is more popular than any other individual TV channel; and, according to a new study, for the first time ever, kids are spending more time online than w
Spending on broadcast advertising was down 3% for the year, despite a 13% surge in the fourth quarter, a new report says, that was driven by fantasy sports advertising and NFL football games.