Dallas-based AT&T headquarters recently revealed that they are planning to spend approximately $100 million to revamp their downtown Dallas center of operation by the end of this year. The telecom giant also noted that they would be adding additional 500 workers to their 5,800 employees in the south side of their downtown office. The regional […]

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One of the most popular internet service providers in the country, Comcast Corporation, is all set to expand their advance network offering in Decatur and that includes the deployment of additional fiber optic cable. The focus of this expansion is to give customers a wider access to the high-speed internet service offered by the provider. […]

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One of the leading internet service providers in the United States, Cox Communications was recently named as the exclusive Wi-Fi provider for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). This announcement came shortly after the signing of a 7-year sponsorship agreement between UNLV and Cox. Reports indicate that the agreement between the two parties is […]

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DirecTV Now is the latest offering from AT&T and it has gained a much wider acceptance among the customers. Despite the many complaints from customers though due to the many inadequacies of the service, recent studies on the streaming performance of DirecTV Now show that the service has garnered a growing subscriber base. John Hodulik, […]

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Recently, the fiber network of CenturyLink was cut in Rexburg, and it was restored after forty-eight hours. The internet and telephone services of the users were restored after restoring the network. Reports say that around 4,200 internet lines were disrupted, out of which, 126 users in Ririe were not even having the “dial tone service.” […]

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KSNB-TV and KOLN/KGIN-TV, the local NBC and CBS affiliates on channel 4 and 10/11, announced that Dish Network has decided to stop carrying their programming. Reports say that Dish Network stopped carrying the programming since January 17. “We are disappointed to learn that Dish Network has decided to impose yet another blackout on its customers […]

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The recent use of stadium drones by AT&T has not gathered the momentum from its customer base, as officials expected. The press release by the company with its accompanying video has a meager 723 views. With a subscriber base of around 143,000 customers, it seems as if the new move by AT&T never earned the […]

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One of the leading cable service providers in the country, DirecTV, has failed to sign a retransmission agreement with News-Press & Gazette Broadcasting Group. As a result, DirecTV subscribers in about seven states in the United States will not be able to access 18 News-Press & Gazette TV stations. However, reports from several sources indicate […]

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Internet television is literally dominating the entire entertainment industry these days. It has brought forth rapid developments that have led to an abandoning of conventional cable TV in favor of internet-based options. Many companies have also come up with innovative concepts in delivering such interactive content right into the homes of their subscribers. in view […]

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Comcast, the world’s largest cable TV company has refused to broadcast advertisements that solicit information on the LDS Church’s tax-exempt status. This is because the activist behind the spots is unable to offer documentation of the financial holdings. Comcast was supposed to start airing the advertisements for the MormonTips website on Wednesday in Salt Lake […]

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