Verizon claimed that nearly 60 percent of New Jersey is now FiOS TV-ready after the operator wired 62 more communities in the state. The expansion brings the total township count in New Jersey to
Further evidence of the YouTubification of IPTV: Verizon inked a deal with online video portal Revver for its FiOS TV and consumer broadband customers. By the end of this quarter, FiOS subscribers
Cablevision and other local cable providers have taken Verizon to task, and now the telco is ramping up its connection speeds for its FiOS service to 50 Mbps downstream and 5 Mbps upstream.
In March 2007, Verizon vice chair and president Lawrence T. Babbio, also known as the company's "FiOS cheerleader-in-chief," is retiring after 41 years with the company. The move by the
As Jason over at FierceMobileContent reported , The Wall Street Journal
As Jason over at FierceMobileContent reported, The Wall Street Journal reports today Verizon is in advanced talks with YouTube to bring the popular Internet video site's clips to mobile phones and
A recent report from DSL Prime notes that Verizon is finally breaking out DSL subscriber wins for its FiOS service, which is linked to the service provider's IPTV service, FiOS TV. Verizon is now
Jumping on an accelerating bandwagon, the Louisiana and New Jersey legislatures are considering bills transforming video franchise law. Backed by support from Verizon Communications, New Jersey's
Prompted by a new Texas law allowing telcos and other broadband providers to seek video franchise licenses, carriers are beginning to roll out new IPTV services across the state. With AT&T
In Fairfax County, VA, Verizon is trying out something new: grassroots sales and marketing. Verizon executives have recognized the need to adopt a local approach to invade the cable companies'