While Time Warner Cable and Comcast continue to post increased advertising revenue from new platforms such as video-on-demand and online advertising, traditional 30-second spots continue to generate the bulk of ad revenue for cable MSOs.
Cablevision's Lightpath subsidiary and Comcast both announced deals on Thursday to supply Ethernet-based broadband Internet access to community colleges.
Cable overbuilder WideOpenWest dominated a Consumer Reports survey of the top cable TV, high-speed Internet and phone providers. In addition to being ranked the trop triple-play provider, WOW tied Verizon FiOS as the No. 1 TV provider, and it was ranked the second-best phone provider.
Comcast subscribers in the Philadelphia area can't sue the nation's largest cable MSO in a certified class action, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in a 5 to 4 decision.
Billing and customer service technology provider CSG Systems International signed a new contract with Comcast which CSG said will pay it 10 percent less this year compared to 2012.
Hulu owners Walt Disney Co. and News Corp. aren't exactly playing a shell game, but they did play a little hide-and-seek this week when they put the service up for sale and just as quickly pulled it back.
Comcast said Monday that it promoted veteran accounting executives Jennifer Daley and James McCue to the position of VP and assistant treasurers.
Shazam said Monday that it recruited veteran interactive TV technology executive Daniel Danker, naming him chief product officer.
Clearwire MVNO FreedomPop has partnered with Connect2Compete, a national nonprofit targeting the digital divide, to provide free and low-cost wireless Internet services to low-income residents.
During the past three years, the wireline industry has gone through rapid change as various vendors and service providers have either been bought or purchased other companies.