Cablevision CEO Jim Dolan isn’t worried about losing a few thousand video subscribers in Q1 (28,000 to be exact), he’s more focused on becoming New York’s “premier connectivity company.”
The increasing number of pay-TV channels distributed over satellite, growing demands for high bandwidth applications like video streaming and cloud TV, and the growth of mobile networks that create
“Merger fever” continues to raise temperatures among European operators. This time around its Dutch operator KPN who rumored to be “open” to a deal with Belgacom.
Is a Charter-Bright House Networks hook up still in the works? According to Charter CEO Tom Rutledge there’s a good chance it is, despite Comcast’s deal with Time Warner Cable going bust.
In this week's Videomind podcast, "Hack and Flack" discuss the fizzing out of the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger, TWC's apparent denial of an urgency around millennia
Video content has become increasingly important to traditional print publications as they’ve looked to bridge the gap between their legacy audiences and new audiences that tend to spend more time o
Emerging markets are expected to remain a source of growth for satellite TV, despite the rapid adoption of OTT and Cloud TV initiatives in more mature regions like North America, Western and Centra
Content availability and the ease with which it can be accessed is fueling a boom in the number of American households that own streaming media devices.
Another great Digital Hollywood conference just wrapped in Southern California this week, and the show was abuzz with hot topics including OTT content as the future of TV, and the emergence of virt
What’s this? Time Warner Cable gained subscribers in Q1?
Just how big is video on demand destined to be? Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes, during today’s earnings call with analysts, didn’t mince any words:
Digital video ad budgets are set to increase over the next year, according to IAB’s Digital Content NewFronts: Digital Video Spend study.
YouTube has made it into the mainstream… at least in Germany where television research working group AGF says it will begin including data from YouTube in its figures.
Cablevision announced another step designed to attract – and keep – Millennials and cord cutters, becoming the first operator to distribute Hulu’s subscription service to its customers directly.
The promise of original programming continues to draw big investors, this time YouTube, which has said it will back new shows four of its top content creators rollout.
ESPN may have dropped a breech of contract lawsuit on Verizon after the telco launched its “Custom
Cablevision CEO Jimmy Dolan has long been a realist about the future of pay-TV and service providers, publicly acknowledging that “there could come a day” when his company made broadband its primar
Disney has decided to play hardball with Verizon for offering its ESPN cable channel as an add-on to its new Custom TV FiOS package rather than as part of its basic tier.
Count another year of substantial growth for the pay-TV market in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, with 2014 revenues jumping to $948.8 million (€873 million) in from $762.9 million
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler Friday said the government planned to block the $45 billion merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable because it would have posed “an unacceptable risk to competition and inn
Nearly three-quarters (72%) of consumers aged 14-25 regard streaming as one of the most valuable services, compared to just 58% who cite pay TV.
Over-the-top video was identified as the biggest threat to the traditional TV industry in a recent survey. It also was identified as the biggest driver of innovation and a major opportunity.