FreeCast Unveils Select TV as a Platform amid...

CEO Bill Mobley says great demand for Select TV is turning the highly anticipated product into a platform. The interest in FreeCast’s Select TV has exceeded all expectations, prompting the company to open up the unique device and service pair to other manufactures in order to help meet demand. On the heels of the OTT […]

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FreeCast/Rabbit TV CEO Bill Mobley will be Speaking...

FreeCast CEO Bill Mobley is in New York City today, speaking at the OTT Executive Summit. He will be participating in a panel of platform providers, as well as meeting with other executives in the increasingly important OTT field. In addition, Mr. Mobley may also have some exciting news from FreeCast to share with other […]

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Fighting Rebels by Day, Coding by Night: A...

There’s a certain glamour surrounding the tech startups and their culture in this country. The public has grown obsessed with technology, apps, and services that bring new innovation to otherwise mundane tasks, from ordering takeout, to hailing a cab, to even watching television. With these well-known startups come fairy tale narratives, where anyone with a […]

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Dish Network and T-Mobile Eye Merger as Rivals...

As other pay-TV mergers face scrutiny, T-Mobile and Dish hope a marriage between a satcaster and wireless company will be more palatable to regulators. Dish Network is reportedly in talks to purchase T-Mobile. The wireless company has long had a “for sale” sign in the window since its failed attempt to merge with AT&T years […]

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Cable Guide TV Providers Fair Poorly in Newest Customer Satisfaction...

Customer Satisfaction with their TV providers hits a seven-year low, as even the usual suspects’ scores sink. Surprising no one, the American Customer Satisfaction Index has shown once that Americans hate their TV providers. The pay-TV industry found itself bringing up the rear of this most recent customer satisfaction survey, with the industry averaging a […]

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Netflix Testing Ads? CEO Says No, Consumers Disagree

Pre-roll trailers for other Netflix content have some users fearful of ads to follow. Some Netflix subscribers have reported seeing pre-roll ads before their content starts playing, and they’re not happy about it. The subscription video-on-demand library has always been ad-free, and that’s part of what has justified the monthly fee that subscribers pay for […]

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Moonves Confirms Apple TV Rumors, CBS Likely to...

Apple is preparing a virtual pay-TV service, and CBS will probably be a part of it, according to the CEO. While speaking at an event in California, CBS CEO Les Moonves let a few details slip regarding Apple’s long-rumored virtual pay-TV service, which is set to rival similar offerings like Dish Network’s Sling TV and […]

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Latest Time Warner Cable Deal Brings Dodgers Back...

Charter customers may get access to Sports Net LA, but the other TV providers show no signs of budging on their stances. Despite widespread celebration when Comcast’s bid for Time Warner Cable fell apart under regulatory scrutiny, one group was less than pleased with the news: LA Dodgers fans. Over 30% of the Los Angeles […]

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