NBCUniversal said Monday that it recruited a top AT&T technology executive to run a new technology center focused on driving innovations involving virtualization, mobile video and big data.
Dish Network began marketing two portable satellite TV receivers that it said are designed for tailgaters at sporting events and subscribers who like camping.
Comcast said it has seen increased demand from subscribers in five markets where it has been testing the delivery of public, government and educational (PEG) channels through video-on-demand and online platforms.
Comcast said Thursday that it will begin enabling targeted advertising in national ads sold by its NBCUniversal subsidiary.
With the season two premiere of "Hannibal" weeks away on NBC, Amazon Prime customers are now able to stream the entire first season online.
Comcast will soon flip the switch on a network-based DVR similar to the product Cablevision launched in 2010, SVP and GM of Video Services Matt Strauss told FierceCable Tuesday.
Tom Rogers, CEO of TiVo, and EVP Jeff Klugman talk with FierceCable Editor Steve Donohue about how cable consolidation could impact TiVo, and how Comcast has become both a competitor and a partner for the DVR hardware and software vendor.
Viewers are hopping over to online video and cutting the cord in increasing numbers. Will broadcasters and cable operators be able to lure them back?
Comcast is approaching the milestone of 1 million Wi-Fi hotspots that its Xfinity customers can access, including hotspots in public areas and new neighborhood hotspots powered by wireless gateways Comcast is installing in subscriber homes.
Philadelphians are being given the opportunity to voice their opinions on the biggest cable TV company serving the city as a 15-year franchise agreement between the City of Philadelphia and Comcast comes up for renewal.