AT&T has released their streaming TV service, DirecTV Now, recently and they have been offering promotional prices to attract more and more users to the various packages. The various tiers of DirecTV Now are Live a Little, Just Right, Go Big and Gotta Have It, and the pricings for the packages are 35 dollars, 50 […]

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NBCUniversal and Charter Communications have made a new carriage deal. This new deal ends the dispute between Charter and NBC that earlier threatened to blackout NBC programming for the 16 million US homes. The dispute over the carriage fees was much acute in the last days of 2016. NBCUniversal, owned by Comcast, used leverage by […]

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AT&T’s DirecTV Now brought many new changes into streaming television arena, and that earned it a quick popularity among the customers. The broadcaster has never disclosed any details regarding their subscriber numbers, although a new study by a top streaming industry analyst claims that DirecTV Now is growing big. According to Dan Rayburn, who is […]

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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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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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Despite of the increase in affiliate fees, pay TV operators are trying hard to keep basic video rate increases below five percent for 2017, even though the hikes are more for broadcast and local sports network fees. Pay TV operators are considering big cost increases via different charges on the user bills to cover for […]

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CenturyLink may replace their managed IPTV service, Prism TV, eventually with an OTT product, if they are able to get the rights to pull together a pay TV package that includes all the channels that are important from the customer point of view. CenturyLink CFO Stewart Ewing revealed their plans about the same at the […]

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Charter Communications has closed their location in Faribault. However, the decision was taken “after careful and thoughtful consideration,” said Kimberly Noetzel, who is the senior manager of communications in the central Minnesota office of Charter. “[That included] analysis of customer transactions and access to other nearby locations. Traffic at this location was relatively low, with […]

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“The goal is not to do a research project. The goal is to build devices,” said Alex Khorram, who is the telecom financier running Comcast’s new MachineQ Internet-of-Things initiative. He was addressing the crowd gathered at the Pennovation Center at the Grays Ferry Ave. complex. Penn has invited many big companies and startups to work […]

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