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T-Mobile's Legere open to partnering with Google, Comcast as more firms get into mobile

T-Mobile US said it now expects to add 3.4 million to 3.9 branded postpaid net customers in 2015, up from the company's previous guidance of between 3 million and 3.5 million, which it issued in April.

Comcast renews carriage agreement with Discovery, ending blackout fears

Comcast and Discovery Communications announced a multi-year renewal of their just-expired carriage agreement, ending Wall Street fears that talks between the two companies could degenerate into a blackout.

Comcast targets DOCSIS 3.1 market trials for EOY; says nothing about speeds

Comcast will begin trials of DOCSIS 3.1 in unspecified markets in the fourth quarter of this year, the company said in its second-quarter earnings report.

Comcast looks to spark struggling cable channels; in talks with Vice, BuzzFeed, others

NBCUniversal may be coming off its strongest quarter since joining the Comcast empire in 2011, but the programming conglomerate is anxious to partner with newer digital media platforms so it can tap into younger audiences.

Comcast's Roberts: Stream 'not going to deliver meaningful results in the near future'

a Putting some context on his company's much ballyhooed announcement of a new skinny, IP-distributed programming bundle, Stream, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts said the service will offer the MSO a way to "up sell" broadband customers who don't already have a video package.

Apple Music, Sling TV pave the way for Apple's TV strategy... but time is running out

There was one topic conspicuous in its absence during Apple's quarterly conference call this week: The company's plans for the TV. And that's surprising given the TV industry's remarkably rapid embrace of everything a la carte and OTT, from HBO Now to Showtime's OTT service to Dish's Sling TV to Comcast's Stream.

Comcast's 69K video sub loss is best Q2 performance in 9 years; X1 deployment rate increases 35%

Driven partly by a 35 percent uptick in the deployment rate of its next-generation X1 video platform, Comcast's video subscription losses slowed to 69,000 in the second quarter, the MSO's best second-quarter performance in nine years.

Turner hires Vubiquity to process its cable VOD content

Turner Networks has contracted multiplatform digital content specialist Vibiquity to capture and process its programing and deliver it to the pay-TV VOD market.

Comcast's Xfinity Games service blasted as 'confusing, unfocused'

Comcast announced its new Xfinity Games service earlier this month with partner Electronic Arts, and early reviews of the offering are decidedly negative. Ars Technica tested the handful of games available through the service using Comcast's X1 platform and an iPad as a controller, and found that "Xfinity Games isn't just 'beta' bad; it could go down as one of the most confusing, unfocused gaming launches we've ever seen."

Comcast Wholesale teams with Rovi to deliver interactive program guides to analog homes

Comcast Wholesale will offer Rovi's video programming guide for digital terminal adapters (DTAs) to its HITS affiliate MSOs, enabling consumers with ages-old analog TV tech to experience a next-generation program guide.