Cord cutting Cord-Cutting Speeds Up as TV Providers Post Q1...

Video subscribers are disappearing even faster than expected for cable and satellite companies. TV providers continue to hemorrhage video subscribers as Q1 saw a substantial uptick in cord-cutting. Combined, the cable and satellite TV providers lost over 150,000 video subscribers. Dish Network was by far the biggest loser, shedding around 200,000 subscribers, though this is […]

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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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Cablevision Continues to Court Cord-Cutters with OTT and...

The company will sell bandwidth paired with TV antennas and subscriptions to Hulu and HBO Now. Cable companies have long been the object of consumer ire. Thanks to regional monopolies, they’re often one of the only, if not the only, option for many to get pay-TV service as well as internet access. And for years […]

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Rabbit TV Tops One Million Subscribers, Company Expands...

TV industry starts transition to web, FreeCast finds early success in aggregator role ORLANDO, Fla., Aug. 8, 2013 — /PRNewswire/ — Rabbit TV, the latest entry into the Internet TV device market, has quickly reached over one million units sold only 18 weeks after its launch, further demonstrating a growing consumer acceptance for Internet-based entertainment […]

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