The FCC gave Time Warner Cable the green light to hike basic-cable fees in several towns in Ohio and California, ruling Wednesday that it faces "effective competition" from DirecTV and Dish Network.
It has taken Roku nearly five years to ship 5 million Internet video set-tops, CEO Anthony Wood said Wednesday.
DirecTV said it plans to launch DogTV, a network focused on programming that can soothe or entertain canines while their owners are out of the house, in the third quarter of 2013.
As expected, Google Fiber's next stop will be Austin, Texas; not quite so expected is the news that AT&T will match the 1 Gbps service with one of its own.
Google confirmed Tuesday that it will launch its Google Fiber and pay TV service in Austin, Texas, by mid-2014, where it'll challenge incumbent triple-play providers Time Warner Cable and AT&T.
Time Warner Cable blamed an outage that left 800,000 of its digital telephone subscribers without service Sunday on a "technical issue."
The Cable TV Pioneers named the 19 industry veterans that it will induct at its annual banquet in Washington, D.C., on June 9.
Time Warner Cable Chairman and CEO Glenn Britt received a healthy pay increase in 2012. According to a company filing, Britt was paid $17.4 million in 2012, up from $16.4 million in 2011.
Time Warner Cable said Wednesday that it submitted a bid to build a regional high-speed Internet service in North Carolina that would offer download speeds of 1 gigabit per second.
AT&T and Dish Network have explored the potential of using Aereo's controversial Internet video platform to deliver signals from local TV stations to subscribers, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.