Topic: satellite operator
The second round of voting is done, and things are starting to really heat up. Now, on to the quarterfinals.
AT&T has a lot to talk about and to answer for heading into 2019, which it will try to address this week during an analyst meeting on Thursday.
DirecTV was hit with record subscriber losses during the third quarter, and that trend could continue.
AT&T has reason to be concerned about the health of its satellite TV business, but DirecTV isn’t going away anytime soon.
AT&T offered details about its set-top box and streaming DirecTV product while also spelling out how it will end its satellite service and cut costs.
On Wednesday's earnings call, Dish Chairman Charlie Ergen expounded on HBO and Cinemax going dark and accused AT&T of a “purely anticompetitive play.”
Dish Network lost 341,000 net video subscribers during the third quarter as satellite declines greatly outpaced slowing growth for Sling TV.
AT&T said this week that it has begun beta testing a streaming media device with plans for expanded trials in the first half of 2019. That begs the question: why?
The FCC has released its regulatory fee schedule, and Dish Network and DirecTV are going to have to foot a bigger part of the pay TV provider bill.
During an earnings call Tuesday, AT&T revealed plans to spend more on content at HBO, launch streaming services and grow revenues with ad technology.