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A couple of swings and misses for AT&T today after the telco reported Q3 EPS and revenue that missed expectations.
On the bright side, the company saw big gains in subscribers for both U-verse TV and U-verse Internet.
Earnings per share were 63 cents, missing Wall Street’s consensus estimate by a penny and down 3 cents from a year ago. Revenue came in at $33 billion, missing forecasts by $240 million, but up 2.5% Y/Y.
While Verizon today reported Q3 earnings and revenues close to analysts’ forecasts (see below) much of the earnings call was spent talking about its plans for wireless LTE delivery of live video, and the company’s outlook for broadband-delivered over-the-top services.
CFO Fran Shammo called last week’s news that HBO and CBS intend to go over the top directly to consumers a “positive step for consumers and the industry.”
Location intelligence company AdNear has just wrapped up a $19 million funding round that it says will help it expand into new markets more quickly.
The Singapore-based company uses historical footprints and off-line data from users to programmatically send relevant ads to mobile audiences on behalf of advertisers using its proprietary real-time bidding platform.
Broadband access is ubiquitous across the United States, with 99% of Americans having access to fixed or wireless Internet services.
But, according to a National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA) survey, just three-quarters of households in 2012 are connected to a fixed broadband connection. Some 28% of those without connections blamed high prices.