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A new report from Forrester Research predicts that by 2018, the portion of U.S. households with cable or satellite television will dip from its current penetration of 82% to 79%. The report, titled "Marketers: Don't Worry About Cord-Cutting,"
Last Friday, subscribers who tried to sign up to Aereo's streaming TV service in the NYC area got a message saying the company was out of capacity, with no ETA as to when more would be added. While some in the media used the sold out reference to
Saturday said that beginning on Wednesday (February 5), local cable operators (LCO) and multi-system operators (MSO) using its signals will have to necessarily issue serial-numbered receipts that it has supplied to them whenever they receive
A bill to outlaw community broadband service across the state will come before a Kansas Senate committee Tuesday. Senate Bill 304, introduced by a lobbyist for the cable TV industry, would prohibit cities and counties from building public broadband
The week ahead For half the price of a movie ticket per month Netflix subscribers enjoy access to a library of films, documentaries, TV shows and, increasingly. Netflix's own programs sent directly to their screens or mailboxes. Millions of
ET Many Canadians are supplementing their cable TV packages with at least one online streaming service, Deloitte says. (Tim Chong ) For Jeff Taylor, the monthly cost of having Netflix is akin to what he spends at the coffee shop every couple of days.
Roughly 54.8 million households currently pay for cable TV, down 3.3% from 2012 and down 17.6% from a decade prior, according to research firm IHS. Cable companies are expected to shed roughly 1.3 million subscribers in 2014. The decline is due in
The A&E channel has pulled "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson off its hit reality show, after he told GQ magazine that homosexuality is a sin that leads to "bestiality."...AP Video Video Video Meanwhile, a Canadian study by Convergence
Cable customers might prefer to only pay for the channels they watch, say HBO and the Weather Channel. Alas, subscribers are unlikely to be given such a la carte television menus or lower prices, experts sayeven if there's more consolidation in the
NimbleTV (nimbletv.com), the cloud-based TV service that finally makes "TV Everywhere" a reality, today announced the beginning of its service rollout. Starting today, NimbleTV offers two compelling types of packages that allow anyone with an address