Resting between two power grids, fueled with 44,000 gallons of diesel for backup generators, and supporting 22 uplink and seven downlink satellite dishes, the Comcast Media Center in Centennial, Colo. is ready to keep producing, originating and distributing cable TV nonstop. FierceCable recently took a tour of the plant and snapped some photos. Take a look at our slideshow.
AT&T and Verizon are both well known as having large-scale networks that can serve the largest multinational corporation customers, but their recent moves to enhance their fiber offerings for businesses show they want to keep a tighter rein on the small to medium business (SMB) market where their brands are still household names.
Comcast, which has been making investments in ad delivery wherewithal of late, including its $320 million purchase of FreeWheel in March, has announced through its recently launched wholesale division a new product that allows for ad delivery in both linear and VOD television.
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Cox Communications and Verizon topped the performance rankings of J.D. Power's just-released 2014 study of voice and data business services.
AT&T merged its Mobility and Business Solutions divisions. The newly combined group will be overseen by AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega.
The Verge has concluded a caustic--and rather damning--three-part analysis of Comcast's customer service acumen, defining the Philadelphia media and communications giant's culture as bent on sales and growth and incapable of fundamentally improving its overall service quality.
Cable's transformation from just a TV service to a full-blown broadband telecommunications provider is apparently complete. According to research from The Leichtman Group, second quarter 2014 figures show that broadband now accounts for more subscribers than cable TV among the top cable providers.
Broadcast and media player Grupo Televisa created some new waves in the Mexican telecommunications market by acquiring cable TV operator Cablecom at the same time the government is trying to encourage more outside investment.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has taken a stake in Charter Communications and cut its holdings in DirecTV. According to filings with the SEC, Berkshire held about 2.3 million shares of Charter, worth around $361 million as of June 30. At the same time it cut back its stake in DirecTV to 23.5 million shares worth about $2 billion.