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Tens of thousands of viewers who tried to tune in for Sunday's season finale of the HBO hit crime drama True Detective may have been left without a resolution to the complex plotline.
Content companies including Viacom and HBO have met with folks from Comcast, Qwilt and others to discuss transparent caching as a way to solve the problem of online video.
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Lawyers seem confident that Comcast's $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable will pass muster with antitrust regulators, perhaps as early as the end of the year or as late as 1Q15.
As Cable Congress- a gathering of the world's biggest cable operators and cable content providers- closes Friday in Amsterdam, here are some of the main takeaways: Unlike telecom operators in Europe, the performance of the cable sector has boomed in recent years through expansion into superfast broadband for bundled telephony, Internet and pay-tv.
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Big Media companies such as the owners of Hulu are delaying the transformation in order to maximize return on their investments in the existing broadcast infrastructure.
Time Warner Cable has been offering customers $5 monthly discounts in exchange for giving up unlimited data for the last couple of years, but almost no one has taken the company up on its offer.
Lawyer jokes aside, to survive and thrive in the ever-changing TV world, you'd better have top-shelf counsel on hand and current, as there's nothing funny about litigation, laws and decisions that could freeze or kill your business and technology plans, products, services, patents and mergers.
Billionaire Masayoshi Son says his wireless Internet service can challenge U.S. cable companies with lower prices and increased speeds.
Mergers are all the rage these days, and in his bid to add a second U.S. carrier to his collection, Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son isn't pulling punches.
The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on Comcast's plan to merge with Time Warner Cable in April and another on retransmission issues in late March, the committee said on Wednesday.
Comcast Corp's top lobbyist David Cohen is known to be a savvy political operator, having pushed through the No.
If approved, this merger would significantly increase Comcast's control of the nation's Internet access, giving the company a whopping 35% of the U.S. broadband market, according to figures from SNL Kagan, more than 3x the reach of its nearest competitor.
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The S&P 500 finished the session 0.51% lower at 1,867.63. The losses were broad based as nine of ten sectors ended the session in negative.