Keyword: Charter Communications
After a round of rotten figures for cord-cutting, a new study gives cable and satellite operators yet another number to fear.
A panel of operator representatives agreed that there are too many OTT services as well as a lot of new players, causing marketplace confusion.
The first-quarter earnings season has wrapped up for the top publicly traded pay TV operators in the U.S., and it's time to break down the numbers.
Satellite TV providers DirecTV and Dish Network once again accounted for a large majority of pay TV subscriber losses in the first quarter, according to Informitv’s new Multiscreen Index.
Charter made a surprising admission this week when CEO Tom Rutledge said that his company had held discussions with Comcast about potentially licensing its X1 video platform.
Charter has been busy updating its own video service platform and user experience but the company admitted that doesn’t mean it’s not considering licensing Comcast’s X1.
Charter Communications, the third largest pay TV provider in the U.S., announced first-quarter earnings marked by an acceleration in video subscriber declines.
FierceVideo is tracking first-quarter earnings results from streaming media companies, programmers, pay TV operators and broadcasters.
Apple on Tuesday launched its new streaming video service, dubbed Apple TV+, and updated its TV app.
NCC Media, the national TV advertising sales, marketing and technology company, today announced it’s adding digital advertising to the mix.