Here are the three winners in terms of our cable industry.
Two giant providers, AT&T and Time Warner proposed an $85 billion deal to merge the companies in order to provide more innovation in the industry. The merger, however, faced tough questions in the Senate as the regulators are skeptic about the possible effects of such large-scale deal to pricing and competition.
A vast majority of Americans would prefer to assemble their own pay TV channels rather than subscribe to packages that include dozens or hundreds of networks, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll found in a challenge to traditional television distribution.
The U.S. National Association of Manufacturers on Wednesday wrote to congressional and Federal Communications Commission leaders to oppose potential stricter regulations for Internet service providers.
CBS programming will no longer be available to Dish subscribers in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and other markets, after CBS Corp (CBS.N) and Dish Network Corp (DISH.O) failed to agree on a new contract.
BCI Broadband completed the acquisition of James Cable as the next-generation broadband company makes its presence felt in four key cities.