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Frontier launches TV Everywhere portal for FiOS subs

Frontier Communications said Wednesday that its FiOS TV subscribers in Oregon, Washington and Indiana can now access TV Everywhere content from Turner Broadcasting's cable networks, along with Fox News Channel, Fox Business Channel and NBCUniversal's coverage of the Winter Olympics.

FiOS TV growth slows to 92K net subscriber additions

Verizon said Tuesday that it gained 92,000 FiOS TV customers in the fourth quarter, with subscriber growth slowing compared to the 134,000 net FiOS TV additions that it reported in Q4 2012 and the 194,000 that it picked up during the same period in 2011.

Verizon's FiOS drives up Q4 consumer wireline revenues to $3.8B

Verizon's fourth-quarter wireline segment success was again driven by FiOS, where revenues rose 14.9 percent year-over-year to almost $2.8 billion as more customers purchased higher speed broadband tiers.  

Verizon: Intel OnCue acquisition will power new OTT video service, next-gen FiOS TV product

Verizon said Tuesday that it plans to launch "next-generation" video services on its FiOS TV platform and through a new over-top-video service, using the OnCue interactive TV technology it picked up through the acquisition of Intel's Intel Media division. 

Verizon's NYC FiOS drive becomes bigger threat to TWC, others

Verizon may not be pursuing new FiOS markets, but its ongoing deployment of fiber to multi-dwelling units in New York City is enabling it to more effectively keep cable competitors, particularly Time Warner Cable, at bay.

McAdam: FiOS helping Verizon land commercial customers

Verizon's FiOS products are helping it win back commercial customers who had jumped to cable operators or services marketed by competitive local exchange carriers, CEO Lowell McAdam said Tuesday.

Verizon's McAdam: FiOS drives up consumer wireline margins

Verizon may have made the final curtain call on FiOS expansion in Greenfield markets, but it is the telco's wireline revenue growth engine in areas where it currently provides the fiber-based service, CEO and Chairman Lowell McAdam told investors on Tuesday.

Verizon's stalled FiOS expansion will drive consumers to cable

If you reside in a part of Verizon's territory where it does not yet offer FiOS service, you will never get it. You'll have better luck with your local cable operator.

Frontier's Jureller: We won't spend a lot of capital expanding FiOS

Frontier may be seeing some signs of FiOS video and broadband growth, but don't expect the telco to make a big update or expansion of its fiber anytime soon.

Verizon's McAdam: New FiOS markets are not in the cards

Lowell McAdam, CEO and chairman of Verizon, put another nail into the FiOS expansion idea, saying at an investor conference on Monday that the carrier will continue to focus on expanding service availability in existing markets.