Alcatel-Lucent's new CEO Michel Combes has revealed his three-year turnaround effort called "The Shift Plan" that will focus its efforts on IP networking and ultra-broadband access opportunities, while cutting €1 billion ($1.34 billion) in costs by 2015.
DirecTV has become the latest service provider that is reportedly interested in purchasing online video purveyor Hulu for $1 billion.
In our fourth annual Women in Wireline feature, FierceTelecom is celebrating those women leaders who are making their mark in the industry through their work developing products and innovations or serving as advocates for specific technologies or service provider groups.
Last week, attention in the pay-TV and online video world was drawn to the agreements between major pay-TV distributors and TV networks. The issue mirrors one that has been playing out in a New York courthouse over the past year in the Aereo litigation case.
Welcome to our fourth annual Women in Wireline feature, where FierceTelecom's editors recognize important women executives in the wireline segment of the telecom industry. We profile executives who are shaping the telecom industry with new services, driving innovation, and shaping telecom policy.
Netflix is courting families with a new page meant to promote its family-friendly content to existing and prospective subscribers.
Viacom's MTV has set up a new studio to make short online video clips for MTVOther.com and its TV Everywhere apps.
Boxee, the New York- and Tel Aviv-based online DVR company, has reportedly found a buyer for its assets.
YouTube partner Fullscreen said it has raised money from The Chernin Group, Comcast and WPP. The company didn't say how much money it rounded up or how much ownership it sold in the process.
The executives who lead the wireless industry are ever-changing. FierceWireless Editor Phil Goldstein looks at where former wireless leaders are today.