Reports from several reliable sources indicate that the Federal Communications Commission has just given a big pass to both Verizon and AT&T. A recent statement made by the FCC says that they would end their investigation on the telecom companies who provided zero-rating offers to their customers. The zero rating offering allowed telecom subscribers of […]

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AT&T’s ECOMP software will serve as the foundation to the open source group in network virtualization. This has prompted the Linux Foundation to launch an open networking automation initiative to support AT&T’s open source project. ECOMP stands for “enhanced control, orchestration and policy.” This software serves as the key structure for the open networking automation […]

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Comcast has decided to charge the customers additional monthly fees for its Roku app for Xfinity TV. The company is releasing a beta version of the Xfinity TV app for the Roku devices. Through this beta version, the company is seeking feedbacks from the customers before officially launching the Xfinity TV app for Roku devices […]

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Comcast Corporation launched the morning show, “Breakfast on Broad” approximately two years ago. The telecom giant launched this show by hoping that they will be able to duplicate the show across a number of Comcast SportsNet networks throughout the country. However, a recent statement by Comcast officials confirmed that they are cancelling the show. The […]

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The recent reports about Verizon’s interest to buy Charter Communications have resulted in the significant increase in the shares of the cable service provider in the last few days. However, many analysts firmly believe that the merger between the two parties is less likely to happen. The principal analyst at MoffettNathanson, Craig Moffett recently stated […]

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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed a lawsuit against Charter Communications and their Time Warner subsidiary, claiming that they “allegedly conduct[ed] a deliberate scheme to defraud and mislead New Yorkers by promising Internet service that they knew they could not deliver.” Officials of the state said that they have conducted a sixteen month investigation, […]

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It is reported that Cox Communications ran a 30-second commercial during the presentation of Super Bowl LI. The ad that is developed with the help of the ad agency Doner, featured a family of 4 members tossing a tablet from one member to the other across the house, trying to showcase the panoramic Wi-Fi product […]

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Charter Communications recently filed a countersuit against 21st Century Fox alleging that the programmer violated the MFN (most favored nation) contract clauses, which concerns the licensing of Fox News. The programmer, Fox sued Charter Communications a few months ago by claiming that the MSO misinterpreted its acquisition of Time Warner Cable. Fox also added that […]

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Reports indicate that the Univision stations in Los Angeles, New York, and many other popular markets might go dark on Charter Communications starting this month. This is because the Spanish-language giant is engaged in a dispute with the cable service provider over carriage terms. The officials from Univision recently claimed that the second largest cable […]

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John Malone, who created the cable TV business, suggested that Comcast could merge with Charter Communications soon. In a freewheeling interview that was conducted recently at the Lions Gate Entertainment’s investor day, Malone said that if the administration under Trump eases the antitrust oversight, the merger between the two largest cable internet and cable TV […]

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