The Fiber Build Out in Cape Coral Expected to End in Early 2019

CenturyLink® is finishing its fiber construction project in Florida’s Cape Coral to provide residences and businesses with speeds up to 1 Gbps. The fiber construction project of the fastest internet provider is expected to be finished in early 2019. The gigabit internet speeds are possible by connecting fiber optic cable to businesses and residences with […]

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Running Ads When Viewers Pause Streaming Content

As video viewing trait of consumers gravitates to on-demand streaming platforms or services, cable and internet companies will obviously get astute about how to keep generating ad revenue that would have otherwise come from traditional commercials. Reports  say that Hulu and AT&T® are apparently considering a type of advertisement that would run when customers pause […]

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How Carriage Disputes are Affecting American Pay TV Users

Terming the negotiating approach of Dish Network® “bizarre”, the CEO of Univision Communications®, Vincent Sadusky, explained that the carriage dispute of the media company with the satellite provider is “likely permanent”. While Sadusky issued warnings earlier along the same lines, his comments during the third quarter earnings call of the media giant with some Wall […]

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Video Streaming Platform in the Offing for Broadband-Only Subscribers

One of the top cable providers, Comcast® plans to launch a product for internet-only customers that will allow them to aggregate some streaming applications, comprising Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon Prime, with a voice remote. According to sources close to the developments, the company is planning the launch in reaction to the challenge of navigating video […]

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