Guess Who’s Back? TiVo Will Revive Aereo Service

After buying the company’s assets, TiVo says they have a plan to legally re-launch Aereo’s service. After a high profile loss in the US Supreme Court, it appeared that Aereo’s days were numbered. The startup offered a popular service that allowed cord-cutters to stream over-the-air broadcasts to their devices, however, following a suit from the […]

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Antenna TV Cable TV Feels the Pinch as Consumers Flock...

From the rabbit ear antennas of old to a plethora of new OTT services, consumers seek refuge from high cable bills. Consumers have long known that there’s almost no competition among cable TV providers. But in recent years, those TV providers have found themselves competing against some unlikely rivals, and increasingly, losing. One alternative to […]

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Rabbit TV: The New OTT Nielsen?

While more of an afterthought for us, data is key to our content partners. In the television industry, programming decision are still made largely based on Nielsen ratings. To anyone who loves their television shows, that’s not just concerning, it’s downright scary. In recent years, so much viewing has shifted to the web, but for […]

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Comcast’s Attempt to Avoid New PR Disasters Creates...

A Comcast customer who was over-billed was asked to sign a non-disclosure agreement in order to receive a refund. After a series of embarrassing customer service incidents grabbed national headlines and went viral online, Comcast has consistently reaffirmed its commitment to improve customer service and rehab the reputation of one of the most despised companies […]

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Cablevision Seeks Merger with Time Warner Cable

CEO James Dolan has publicly expressed interest in a merger with Time Warner Cable. While the proposed merger between Time Warner Cable and Comcast is no more, consolidation in the cable industry seems more likely than ever, as a whole host of cable companies have begun talking merger in the wake of the failed deal. […]

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Dump Dish TiVo says Dish Dumping More Likely than Cord-Cutting

The DVR company claims that most cord-cutters are actually abandoning satellite TV services rather than cable. Following a study of their own customers, DVR-maker TiVo has revealed some interesting information on the make up of so-called “cord cutters.” One in particular is that the term “cord cutters” may be a bit of a misnomer. TiVo’s […]

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Comcast Hours Comcast Bandwidth Subscribers Top Video Subscribers for First...

New numbers from Comcast all but confirm cord-cutting trend. The nation’s largest cable company may now be better known as the nation’s largest internet company, as Comcast’s internet subscribers have surpassed cable TV subscribers for the first time. The numbers don’t lie, and they tell a clear story of what is happening in the pay-TV […]

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MSOs Knocked Out by Fight of the Century

Centralized MSOs struggled under the heavy demand on a big night in sports, frustrating subscribers. Saturday night was big in the entertainment industry, featuring two of the biggest sports events of the year: Game Seven of a tight series between the Los Angeles Clippers and defending NBA champions, the San Antonio Spurs, and boxing’s most […]

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