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How the Cable Industry Is Benefiting from Machine Learning (and We’re Just Getting Started)

Cable network operators are more and more embracing the advantages that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) can bring to all phases of running their networks, including network architecture, design, engineering, and operations.

Posted in: Technology

Being an Employer of Choice for Military Veterans

For any military veteran, transitioning from service to a civilian career can be challenging.

Posted in: Distribution, Programming

CBRS: Cable Operators and Wireless Services

The new kid on the wireless block is Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS). CBRS is 150 MHz of spectrum in the 3.5 to 3.7 GHz band.

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Mobile Vision: 5G Dominates the Conversation at MWCA

5G cellular service potential where bandwidth efficiency, latency and immersive content are concerned, and distribution execs are embracing 5G’s promise.

Posted in: Distribution, Technology

Foreign Fare Provides Spice In Crowded US Content Market

We’ve spent decades in a very insular U.S.-centric TV world with little exposure to programming produced abroad, but clearly the tide is changing.

Posted in: Programming

Leveraging Data for a Competitive Edge

There’s a new, emerging, correlating factor in businesses at large that has a huge impact on bottom-line success today: Data.

Posted in: Technology

Have You Heard About HERD?

HERD stands for Head End Re-architected as a Data Center and is closely related to an initiative in the telco world called Central Office Re-architected as a Data Center (CORD).

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How Political, Societal and Cultural Controversies Are Impacting Audience Response to Content

Cultural, political and societal events and trends can penetrate audiences’ relationship to content when that content is relevant.

Posted in: Data, Programming

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