Mike Ritter, Chief Marketing Officer, Consumer & Mass Business Markets, Verizon discusses how the telco's debut of its 300/65 Mbps speed tier and the doubling of other tiers later this month will give consumers a platform to support their growing appetite for over-the-top applications.
DALLAS--Verizon (NYSE: VZ) got the broadband market's attention recently with its plan to offer a 300 Mbps tier for its FiOS Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) service, a move the company says will...
DirecTV (Nasdaq: DTV) kicked off a unique ad campaign for Skinnygirl Cocktails that includes a dedicated interactive-advertising channel where subscribers can use their remote controls to access...
Verizon (NYSE: VZ) will raise the price on its 15 Mbps high-speed Internet service later this month, and charge subscribers who order its blazing-fast 300 Mbps wideband product $205 monthly,...
For anyone lucky enough to have Verizon (NYSE: VZ) FiOS, they'll now be able to get access to even higher speeds as the telco has doubled the speeds of a number of its FiOS Internet tiers and
Verizon (NYSE: VZ) may have made it known that it does not want to bring its Fiber to the Premises (FTTP)-based FiOS outside of towns and cities where it has an existing service agreement in place,
Frontier Communications (NYSE: FTR), apparently, likes IPTV just enough to maybe selectively start to offer some form of service on a targeted basis but not nearly enough to risk the ire of
Verizon (NYSE: VZ) customers can expect to see bigger bills for FiOS TV and Internet services, as part of the carrier's efforts to recoup infrastructure costs and boost earnings. Shammo
Verizon (NYSE: VZ) plans to implement price increases for its FiOS service to offset content costs and increase profitability, a senior executive said this week. Shammo Speaking at the
Interactive TV technology provider Ensequence said Thursday that it secured commitments for about $26 million from investors in a funding round that was led by Myrian Capital. The company also named