Top MSO is still pilfering more subs than the two largest telcos
Why didn't anyone pitch femtocells to the McCain family?
MSOs with their own credit concerns are undoubtedly keeping close watch on UK cable operator's situation
Why take your chances on over-the-air converter boxes when you can get a screaming deal on basic cable?
With TV, as with phone service, the freshest competitors tend to satisfy the most
Researcher says cable MSOs are poised to wage a wireless war in the Great White North in the coming years
Cablevision trumps Verizon with WiFi
For customer service, they prefer to crawl the Web
Arris gets more than a bit of luck from the Irish...
Feds throw the book at two 'grammar vigilantes'
Will Huawei's US moves put the squeeze on traditional cable suppliers?
Bell Canada mimics the miserable momentum of its telco counterparts south of the border
Good news for Comcast, but how about its suppliers?
MSO trolling cyberspace for customer complaints
One analyst's math shows Time Warner Cable and Cablevision are not facing a Newtonian fall as FiOS TV invades the Big Apple
When it comes to dominating the Philly skyline, that is...
The coax networking club is finally reaching critical mass within the cable industry...
Bringing new meaning to the 'Electric Boogaloo'
Will Comcast's latest acquisition boost its distribution clout with studios and help tighten movie release windows?
Analyst: SEC filing indicates Dish and AT&T are closer to a divorce than a merger made in video heaven
A word to the wise: Pay your cable bill on time during this economic downturn
Comcast seeks 'intercept engineering' expert. The blogosphere shudders
Analyst suggests that a spun-off Time Warner Cable could produce nation's first blue-chip cable operator
SlingModems aside, EchoStar could really get Comcast's attention with a price-busting digital terminal adapter (DTA)
In buying Newsday, the Dolans are sending a message to the Murdochs
Rascally rodents dine on Qwest's fiber
Which CE product category stands to gain the most from those tax rebate checks?
When it comes to old analog TVs, coalition says it's time to get the lead out
Let's ponder the links between Internet speeds and currency values...
Amdocs is expanding its OSS/BSS dynasty for a mere $45M
Is a new (ahem)'killer app' on the way?
Comcast's latest VOD milestone would make Carl Sagan proud...
Fears about an expansion of Cablevision music and live venue holdings have helped lead to a contracting stock price
Company's recent restructuring plan to reduce its burn rate hasn't stopped the fire sale on its shares
Meshing Platform A with Yahoo would create a formidable advertising force
But, with a nod to the popular 'Start Over' business model, the prime time content deal includes a no ad-skipping provision
Hello. What is your mental state?
Verizon's VOIP patent gambit is little more than an attempt to squash residential voice competition
Now No. 4 in the market, MSO continues to gain ground on much larger competitors
A new VOD-centric site puts Time Warner Cable on a path similar to that of Comcast's Fancast.com effort
Is that the scent of a fire sale of the future I'm smelling?
Where have we heard this before? Maybe some operator, the biggest in the world, perhaps...
Comcast's loosely defined new standard on content volume
Does it belong in the 'school of non-thought' that paved the way for e-anything and i-anything?
Shaw's digital, tannenbaum television spectacular!
And we're not talking Big Macs and Egg McMuffins...
Cablevision ad uses February 2009 digital TV transition to attract new subs. Smart move or 'scare-mongering campaign'?
Unworried about appeasing Wall Street's whims, Cox is investing in spectrum, both wired and wireless
Yet another can't-miss deal from the Mainland
Cable MSO and the NFL Network are engaged in a nasty PR battle this Thanksgiving
With better research data in hand, perhaps the FCC could craft more meaningful broadband policies
That video thing over DSL isn't so easy, apparently
Q3 results generally met analyst expectations, but subscriber results were disappointing
This email caught my attention with a novel marketing claim
Novel uses for Big Ugly Dishes
Jim Carrey's depiction of The Cable Guy has got nothin' on this tale of a Golden Girl gone wild
In addition to filling a hole in its video portfolio, such a deal would allow Arris to go toe-to-toe with Cisco and Motorola
Some cable subs in NJ are finding that competition from Verizon is increasing their monthly cable bill
North America is still missing from the equation
Beware of what you share. It could get you in deep legal trouble
Beware of those tricky, tricky, potentially stock-moving headlines...
Research shows Cox to be the first cable MSO to crack the top echelon of Ethernet service providers
Webcast hullabaloo appears to be more an issue of net stupidity than net neutrality
Pink armbands foisted on naughty cops to make them feel shame
The 'next-gen' edge QAM race is on, but will entrants like Vecima Networks be able to keep pace with a growing field of competitors?
Apparently there are limits to the 'Unlimited Calling' upgrade for SkypeOut
Cable's decision to support E-911 out of the gate has been vindicated once again
Will DirecTV's new HD-heavy satellite be the 'Death Star' cable has long feared?
CEA marked July 1 as sort of an Independence Day for consumers
Here's an update on Joseph Frederick, the 'Bong Hits 4 Jesus' boy
Redundancy reigns when tradeshows attack
With more cases like this, wiretapping may become less important for effective law enforcement
Following a successful IPO, it appears BigBand is wasting no time using its new heft to squash potential competitors
Holy discounts, Batman! $655.96 a minute for long distance seems a bit steep
Move aside, Road Runner. Broadband may be next for 'the fastest mouse in all Mexico'
Following a lackluster Q1, Vyyo still has enough financial runway to determine if MSOs are truly bandwidth constrained
Walking the floor of The Cable Show here in Sin City is always a wild and wacky experience
Let's take a break from those interminable spreadsheets
Typically, a broadband software vendor press release is the last place to look for a nuanced message
Will one small step for Chi-town portend one giant leap for Vyyo?
Tim O'Reilly grabbed some headlines by calling for civility in the blogosphere through the adoption of a 'Blogger's Code of Conduct'
Jeff Baumgartner has taken the helm as editor of Light Reading's Cable Digital News
Brainstorming a brand name for the granddaddy of all oxymorons: cable mobile service
Both the ACLU and religious activists are backing the 'Bong Hits 4 Jesus' boy in court
A three-foot black snake sends sports writers scurrying
CableLabs may help bring back those old TV rabbit ears
Worldwide sales of Docsis CMTS gear topped the $1 billion mark in 2006
Police found the mummified body of a man dead more than a year sitting in front of a TV
Do consumers really want to watch YouTube on their TVs?
Is Ethernet about to conquer the entire universe, proving that the primordial space fabric itself is switched, not routed?
Moto's PR agency touts the Super Bowl HD issue and zings Scientific Atlanta
Netflix is finally ready to embrace the 'Net' in its name
Optimum Lightpath plugs into 2,000 commercial buildings in New York
The sky is falling, and it is a common occurrence
Good tidings for the cable industry with Chinese New Year around the corner
Comcast is only dating Sprint, not marrying it
It's finally official: Broadband dominates consumer Internet usage in the US
The richest 2% of adults in the world own more than half of the global household wealth
Wall Street needs to take a chill pill
Comcast inked a deal with Amazon.com and launched a new Comcast Store on the Web this week