Charter wants to use the cloud to give all of its TV customers a new user interface by next year. Are online video apps next?
Comcast’s controversial plan to acquire Time Warner Cable took a step forward on Monday, as the company confirmed it will shed cable subscribers. The plan doesn’t address ongoing concerns over broadband consolidation.
Charter offered to buy Time Warner Cable in a deal valued at more than $61 billion. So far Time Warner Cable has said no thanks, but here’s what’s behind John Malone’s persistence.
Last summer’s rumors of cable consolidation are back in the spotlight. But if the industry consolidates, it’s not about television, but about what you’ll pay for broadband that regulators should focus on.
We’re not fans of ISPs capping broadband here at Gigaom, so we’re keeping a close eye on how those caps evolve and who they affect. Check out our updated list on who’s capping your broadband.
The television industry is in the middle of a shift, but so far most consumers are content to keep both their pay TV subscription and shell out of over-the-top services. How long will that be true?
Executives at this year’s annual Cable Show are trying to figure out their industry’s future. The technology for delivering faster broadband is ready, but the business model of the future isn’t.
Charter rejected an ad that tells people how to get over-the-air TV without paying for cable. Maybe cord cutting is a threat, after all?
The cable industry has tweaked its justification for capping broadband, but a report from the Open Technology Institute is having none of it.
An executive at a firm ISPs hire to audit their broadband meters says most of his clients so far haven’t built accurate meters.