U.S. telcos continue to trail international providers in the TV race

Jim Barthold, FierceIPTVWhile it's clear the big three telcos--AT&T (NYSE: T), CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) and Verizon (NYSE: VZ)--have all collectively made progress to deliver TV services to their respective subscribers, the reality is that international telcos like America Movil (NYSE: AMX) and TalkTalk (LSE: TALK) are the ones that have made the most progress. As seen in a new TeleGeography report, America Movil beat out DirecTV (Nasdaq: DTV) to become Latin America's top TV player with 11.3 million subscribers as of the first half of 2012. Jim Barthold, editor of FierceIPTV, sounds off in his latest Editor's Corner on how much progress U.S. providers have actually made in expanding their TV across their markets. Read more

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